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College Vine landed .1 million in November 2016 to build up its technology platform, which connects public school students with "near-peer mentors" online to help them navigate the college admissions process.
Launched out of Harvard i Lab in 2013, College Vine’s mentorship program helps students with everything from college applications and college essays, to tutoring and test prep.
With .9 million in recent funding, the startup hopes to expand its college network across the United States in 2017.
With over 250,000 podcasts and more than 15 million episodes on the App Store, where does one begin?
Cambridge-based Care Dash came on the scene in 2013 and hopes to become one of the world's leading providers for healthcare reviews.In 2016, Boston’s tech sector flourished, with startups maturing alongside the city’s legacy industries while a steady trickle of venture capital poured into industries like edtech, food-tech, fintech, digital media and healthtech, to name a few. With an eye toward new funding, innovation and top talent, Built In Boston has carefully selected 50 young companies (all less than five years old) that we believe will make a huge impact on tech over the next 12 months.Great Horn is a new kind of security platform that prevents email-based attacks by automatically helping recipients understand whether an email they just received is safe.The company pulled in a million Series A in January 2015 and introduced an artificial intelligence component to the platform in the summer of 2016.Rate Gravity is disrupting the home mortgage industry by providing a way for homebuyers to compare mortgage offers from a network of local lenders, removing the salesperson from the equation.
Communication platform Drift was formed by former Hub Spotters David Cancel and Elias Torres in 2014 with the goal of helping sales and marketing teams better interact with their customers.