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.

City Life

Startup Helps Restaurants Manage Bottles Behind the Bar

Accounts include No. 9 Park.

City Life

This App Helps College Students Avoid Busy Gyms

It’s called Gymsnap.

Home & Property

A Refreshing Alternative to IKEA

Greycork makes furniture you can assemble in seconds.


Local Entrepreneur Wants You to Give a Sh*t About Knitwear

Her company’s called ‘Shit That I Knit.’

City Life

Babson Alums Want to Help You Find a Pickup Game

Simply ask, ‘Who’s Hoopin?’

City Life

These HBS Grads Want to Unshrink Your Clothing

Because that too-tight T-shirt is not OK.


Slumbrew Is About More Than Beer

‘Good liquids, good friends.’


These HBS Grads Want to Keep Your Smartphone Clean

Your face will thank you.


Wheelchair Users Will Soon Have an Easier Way to Weigh Themselves

With Lilypad Scales.


RapidSOS Is Making it Easier Than Ever to Contact Emergency Services

With just the touch of a button.

City Life

A $10 Donation Could Win You ‘The Ultimate Boston Experience’

And a whole lot more, thanks to Flutter.


Get Gourmet Ice Cream Sundaes Delivered to Your Door

Thanks to the Scoop N Scootery.

City Life

Harvard Dropouts ‘Just Want More People to Make More GIFs’

Their startup GIFYouTube couldn’t make it any easier.

City Life

SnagaStool Forges Forward

After a not-so-‘wonderful’ dip in the Shark Tank.

City Life

MIT Grads Are Making It Easier to Donate to Charity

All it takes is a single Tweet.