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The 2010 IPO window, vaunted in the first quarter, has proven narrow for Massachusetts technology companies as the year progressed. Out of more than 50 IPO filings nationwide, just three — GlassHouse Technologies Inc., Nexx Systems Inc. and Zipcar Inc. — are Bay State technology companies.
HubSpot, Inc. announced it has been selected as the number one best place to work in Boston by the Boston Business Journal's awards program to recognize the top workplaces. HubSpot, an internet marketing company providing inbound marketing software to businesses, competed against 19 other finalists in the midsize company category, including Google. Finalists' rankings were revealed at a breakfast event last Friday, June 11 at the Seaport Hotel in Boston. http://www.hubspot.com/blog/bid/6082/Boston-Business-Journal-Names-HubSpot-the-1-Best-Place-to-Work
True to form, many of the technologies showcased during New York's annual Internet Week wowed, but what really generated attention were efforts to answer the $64,000 question: How do we measure the value of a Facebook fan, especially since Facebook is a dominant part of a marketer's toolkit?
You know that scene in every teenage sitcom where the protagonist heads to the local train or bus station with a fistful of dollars and asks the tickets seller, "How far will this get me?" Inevitably it's never enough, but magically close enough. Well, if you want to know how far your limited budget will get you without an extended conversation at the ticketing gate, Kayak Explore has you covered.