After bonding over the desire to start a company, Itamar Zur and Matt Graham founded Veho Technologies while at Harvard Business School. The innovative delivery service uses crowdsourced drives to deliver packages to users.
MIT graduates Alessandro Babini and Daniel Wiese founded Humon on the notion that technology and biology could intersect to help athletes amplify their training and understand more about their bodies.
Frustrated by the lack of fashionable One Direction merchandise on the market, Boston College senior Angela Jin and fellow fangirl Nishiki Maredia founded the 1950 Collective, an apparel company focused on selling trendy and affordable fandom merchandise.
Inspired by her time at Boston College researching diet therapy, Nicole Centeno founded meal delivery service Splendid Spoon, providing thousands of American’s with wholesome soups and broths to replace unhealthy lunches.
Boston College graduate Harris Williams combined his football experience with his computer science background to create CompuCog, a startup developing a virtual way for football players to learn complex playbooks.
Inspired by hand-crafted Vietnamese paper cards, Wombi Rose and John Wise founded startup Lovepop, using their background in engineering to create three dimensional popup greeting cards.
Inspired by the unique traits of the Namib Desert beetle, the NBD Nano startup founded by Boston College grads is bringing innovative tech to the startup scene.
Founded in Boston by Mike Laskowski and Jake Hajec, Date Seat is an app that provides users with a service that organizes Boston restaurants by atmosphere and ambiance.
Boston-based startup AirFox aims to transform the telecommunication industry, helping wireless carriers become more digital through launching flexible data plans.
Dissatisfied by college counselling in public high schools, Johan Zhang founded Cambridge based startup CollegeVine which offers affordable college admissions guidance online.