On our first day in Boston, we paid visits to thoughtbot, Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship, Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC), Boundless Learning and RunKeeper. We also met with a Seedcamp team that had recently opened an office in Boston, uberVU, who had put together a great panel who discussed moving to the US. On the second day, we held our second mentoring day of the trip at hack/reduce. We were joined by great mentors from the Boston startup scene and top investors from all the top local funds. After the mentoring ended, we were privileged to have been invited to the ‘Built in Boston: An Open Ecosystem Event for Founders’ with great speakers such as Fred Destin (Atlas Venture), Rob Go (Next View Ventures), Robin Chase (Founder, Zipcar, Buzzcar) and Dharmesh Shah (Founder, Hubspot).
You can follow all the action live on our Tumblr blog: http://seedcamp.tumblr.com/
We will be posting daily recaps of the previous day’s events, take a look at our time in Boston here:
Week 2 in Boston:
- Day 4: Visits to thoughtbot, MIT, CIC, Boundless Learning, RunKeeper, uberVU
- Day 5: Mentoring day in Boston and ‘Built in Boston’ at hack/reduce