Aspiring nutritionists, entrepreneurs, and exercise enthusiasts gathered in a graffiti-filled room next to climbing walls at Brooklyn Boulders in Somerville Tuesday evening to stress test the modern fitness experience.
Read MoreGiving BackPong for TUGG, shave for St. Baldrick's
Boston innovation community non-profit, Technology Underwriting Greater Good, will be holding its fourth annual Tech Gives Back day on Wednesday, Sept. 10. This year, the day-long event—at which employees of local tech companies fan out across Greater Boston to help charities with various projects—will feature a new co-host, Silicon Valley Bank.
Read MoreGrab a Beer for a Good CauseTUGG tech beer crawl set for Davis Square
Noah Gordon, the founder of automobile tech startup Jaze, is at a critical point for the success of his company. Jaze, a MassChallenge grad, is trying to make a few key partnerships with companies in the auto industry, and Gordon is in the midst of major fundraising (with some recent success I've heard) and is trying to find investors that match his vision as the company grows.
So why did Gordon just decide to take on the cause of a local high school that just had its prom cancelled? Read MoreAll in favor...Emerging trend: Mass. debating tech community swells with events
Along with enjoying some good wine and networking with a who's who of Boston tech, attendees to last night’s 8th Annual Tech Charity Wine Party supported seven local social-venture nonprofits.
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