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Boston Startup Demos & Pitch Events Worth Checking Out

2020 update: though this guide has become somewhat outdated, in light of the current social distancing guidelines and their impact on the events scene, an update to this guide is low on the priority list. We’re leaving this version up for now for reference, and suggest you subscribe to the BSG newsletter, Connected, for more

Boston Startup Accelerators, Incubators, & Support Programs

There are nearly 50 Greater Boston startup accelerators, incubators, and similar support programs. These programs provide selected early-stage ventures with office space, capital, mentorship, peers, industry connections, investor introductions, and other support. These spaces aren’t just for founders — they are great connection points for those who want to be involved with innovation in their industry through their events

Learning to code: 13 Boston coding bootcamps, classes, & training options

There have never been more good opportunities to learn to code, whether pursuing your personal interests or to gain a high-demand skill for the many web development jobs available in Boston. I’ve separated the options into: coding bootcamps in Boston (multi-week immersive programs covering a set of skills, generally designed to prepare you for a

Coworking Space in Boston – 2020 Roundup

The number of coworking spaces (shared workspaces with common office amenities, ideal for startups, freelancers, remote workers, and satellite offices) has exploded in Boston over the past decade, with more sector-specific (cleantech, food startups, social entrepreneurship) share office spaces as well as general community coworking spaces. Here’s the rundown of what’s available now, and what