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The Future of Money with Bitcoin and Blockchain

By Dave Gentry |

Inside  the  DCU FinTech Innovation Center   (a Workbar partner location and financial technology incubator) the emerging technologies of bitcoin and blockchain have already emerged.  Havell Rodrigues, CEO/Founder of one of the Center’s Member Companies,  Adjoint,  and Jason Morton, the Center’s Entrepreneur in Residence,  are experts in blockchain and discussed how this technology  is shaping the… Continue Reading
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4 Tips on How to Pitch a Reporter

By Dave Gentry |

The pen is powerless without an audience. Matching media outlet to story idea is a critical skill for startups, and the subject of the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism’s crash course, “Pitches & Pitchers.” BINJ traced the path of a successful pitch through  the journalistic ecosystem Wednesday night at Workbar,  dishing an insider’s perspective on getting… Continue Reading
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Workbar Launches Coworking Space for Health Startups

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Photo by Tiffany Knight Workbar, Boston’s original coworking company, has launched a Center of Excellence in Health Innovation hosted at the Cambridge-based Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI). The Center of Excellence in Health Innovation will place innovative health and health care-focused start-up organizations alongside IHI’s Innovation Team to share ideas as each start-up organization aims… Continue Reading
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Startup Sitdowns: Women Entrepreneurs from the Babson WIN Lab

By Ann Holland |

Last month, the Babson Women Innovating Now  Lab’s yearlong residency program for women  entrepreneurs ended, unleashing a group of talented, innovative, and driven women into the Boston startup scene. Maybe it’s because we’ve been missing their faces around Workbar Boston recently, or maybe it’s because we wondered what 12 months in an accelerator can really… Continue Reading
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5 Must-Read Books for Entrepreneurs

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Ah, reading. Such a lovely pastime. But if you’re an entrepreneur, chances are the last time you picked up a book it was mandatory reading for your Comp & World Lit class, and who the heck can even remember the last time you had room in your schedule to read for pleasure? Don’t despair, innovators!… Continue Reading
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50 on Fire Finalists Bring Innovation to Workbar

By Alexa Lightner |

50 on Fire – BostInno’s annual awards ceremony to honor and highlight Boston’s “inventors, disruptors, luminaries, and newsmakers” has nominated three Workbar members as finalists this year –  Babson’s Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab, Panos Panay, Berklee Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship, and Mavrck (formerly Splashscore). In the same way that each nominee has influenced Boston’s… Continue Reading