Founded by three Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduates, the Ministry of Supply fashion-startup provides customers with professional-wear that feels like workout clothing.
Conceived by Boston-based tech company Piaggio Fast Forward, moving storage space Gita aims to be the future of everyday transportation.
Frustrated by the lack of workout studio’s with treadmill classes, Rebecca Skudder started MyStryde a running studio in the North End where runners exercise to the beat of lively music.
Wearable technology startup InvisaWear plans to provide users with fashionable clothing items which function as safety devices.
Developers at Cambridge Sound Management introduce Nightingale, the innovative home sleep system that masks unwanted noise with customizable acoustics.
If your miss your pet during the school year, worry no longer. In the coming months, Chestnut Hill will welcome PURR Cat Café, a cat cafe where visitors can sip on a cup of coffee while enjoying the presence of its furry residents.
Blink, a startup located in Boston, stands alone in the home security business by introducing an affordable security system run on battery-operated cameras that connect to the users smartphone.
Motivated by his grandmother’s struggles with osteoarthritis, Boston College alum Stephen Cheng’s startup Exowear aims to monitor the progress of physical therapy through a mobile app.
The Engine, MIT’s newest startup accelerator program, hopes to provide innovative businesses with easy access to workspace and equipment in order to promote their growth.
After observing their friends struggle with the modern dating world, the three Harvard-based Kang sisters developed Coffee Meets Bagel– a dating application that has since spread across the globe.