Press Releases Boston

MassChallenge Announces 2016’s Highest-Impact Startups

MassChallenge is a no-equity, not-for-profit accelerator that helps only the highest-impact startups in the world. Impact is defined by the startups themselves - ranging from scientific breakthroughs to providing clean drinking water to millions to disrupting established industries.

The Boston Consulting Group and MassChallenge Announce New Partnership

MassChallenge has deep experience helping the world’s largest brands gain access to the most exciting and innovative startups. Leveraging its global network of accelerators, MassChallenge supports the highest-impact and highest-potential startups from a wide variety of industries.  

Microsoft and MassChallenge Announce Bridge to MassChallenge Australia

Bridge to MassChallenge Australia will include a nationwide startup competition to identify the highest-impact and highest-potential startups in the country. The top startups will receive intensive mentorship and training at boot camps in Australia. Next, Australian and international judges will select the top startups from the boot camps to participate in a further bespoke boot camp at one of the five MassChallenge accelerator locations around the world, which include Boston, the United Kingdom, Israel, Switzerland, and Mexico. 
 

Masschallenge Boston Opens Applications for 2016 Program

MassChallenge also announced the launch of MassChallenge Mexico, its fifth accelerator program globally, which will be located in Mexico City. Camila Lecaros has been appointed as the new Managing Director for MassChallenge Mexico. Applications will open for MassChallenge Mexico May 19th. 
 

MassChallenge Boston Celebrates Highest-Impact Startups from 2015

Over 1,500 members of the Boston startup community gathered to celebrate entrepreneurship at the sixth-annual MassChallenge Boston Awards Ceremony. The event featured a showcase of the 128 MassChallenge Boston startups, pitches from the top 26, and speeches from DraftKings CEO and Co-Founder Jason Robins, Governor Charlie Baker and Mayor Marty Walsh.
 

MassChallenge Boston Announces Top 26 Startups Competing for $1.5 Million in Cash Awards

 
“Our entrepreneurs had a game-changing summer and I’m very proud of all of the 2015 finalists,” said MassChallenge Founder and CEO John Harthorne. “These top 26 startups are poised to make a tremendous impact across a variety of industries – from transportation to healthcare to robotics. Each of these startups has great potential, and I look forward to celebrating their achievements with the community at the Awards Ceremony.”
 

MassChallenge Announces Global Board of Advisors

The global board’s role is to help advise MassChallenge on its global strategy and expansion plans.

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