Lauren Landry

Lauren Landry, Contributor

Lauren Landry is a digital content specialist for Northeastern University by day and a contributor for Boston by night. She was formerly the associate editor at BostInno, where she wrote nearly 3,500 articles covering all things education and early-stage tech. Lauren is a graduate student in Northeastern's Media Innovation program and, when she’s not writing, serves as a mentor for the Emerson Accelerator, a committee member for Boston Content, and drinks way too many cups of coffee.


MIT Startup Aims to Change the Future of TV Advertising

By watching how you watch TV.


Forget Having to Wear Those Ridiculous 3-D Glasses

Thanks to MIT-spun startup Lumii.


Never Get Your Bike Stolen Again

Or receive a replacement, thanks to Fortified.


Never Get a Package Stolen Again

Thanks to new Boston startup Safestoop.


Harvard-Spun Startup Appears on Shark Tank

Did Unshrinkit strike a deal?


A Harvard Startup Wants to Out-Groupon Groupon

It’s called Fork.


Discover Socially Responsible Businesses with This App

DoneGood helps you do good.


Babson College’s Plan to Support Women Entrepreneurs

It goes beyond "pure tech plays and apps."


Is a Harvard MBA Worth It?

Three current students chime in.


This Accelerator Wants to Be the ’Golden Standard’

For apparel manufacturing.


This Apparel Startup Surpassed Its $25K Kickstarter Goal in Hours

Get to know Brunswick Park.


This Babson Alum Made a Sleep Mask with Shredded Money Inside

’Mind on my money and my money on my mind.’

Home & Property

Local IKEA Alternative Breaks a Crowdfunding Record

Greycork’s the most-funded furniture company in Indiegogo history.


Get Goods From Area Makers Delivered to Your Door Each Month

Courtesy of Boston & Bale.


Get ‘One Awesome Pair of Socks’ Delivered to Your Door Each Month

You’ll start looking like a ’Sockcess.’