Wayfair

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If your weekends typically involve a round of binge-watching HGTV, a bit of pinning on Pinterest, or a few good few hours parsing through home design magazines, then you’re probably already familiar with Wayfair, the Boston-based home design website that went public in 2014. This weekend, Wayfair is making a big push into the online video space with the launch of “Overhaul,” a YouTube series that will be produced by Kin Community, one of the largest women’s lifestyle channels on the Web.More →

Dan Slagen has quite the track record as a member of the Boston tech community. Starting out as a product management and search engine optimization expert for Wayfair, he eventually ended up at HubSpot, serving as the inbound marketing company’s head of advertising and then head of global marketing relations. After stints at Facebook advertising company Nanigans and Harvard-founded startup Hourly Nerd, Slagen thought it was about time to do his own thing.

Today, he is launching SpeechBooth, a standalone app-based wedding video system.More →

Last Friday, Wayfair filed paperwork with the SEC that gave the details of its expected IPO. Trading under the symbol “W’, Wayfair will price its stock between $25 and $28, looking to raise $308 million. From what I hear, that IPO is likely to happen on Oct. 2.

This morning, HubSpot updated its paperwork with the SEC, indicating that it expects to offer its IPO shares for between $19 and $21.More →