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EvaluateStartupIdea

Next Up at Boundless Networking Nights

Not only is Boundless helping students study more efficiently for their classes, we’re also teaching them the ins and outs of startup life. Recently, we’ve had several Boston-area students join us for a series of student networking nights. We’re excited to announce the next two events on our calendar this year. Hope you can make it!

EvaluateStartupIdea

How to Evaluate Your Startup Idea
Thursday, November 29 from 5 to 7 pm

Before your idea can grow into a startup, it has to pass a few sniff tests. Is there a demand for what you’re creating? What resources will you need to make your idea come to life? Aaron White, CTO at Boundless, will be on hand to give you all the info you need to make your idea ready for the rigors of startup life.     

Register here.

How Startup Funding Works
Thursday, December 13 from 5 to 7 pm

When you have a great business idea, you’ll need money to get it off and running. Funding will help you with product development, personnel, and office space—but how do you get your hands on that money? Nick Ducoff, VP of Content at Boundless, will walk you through the processes of securing funding, who to talk to, and how to best pitch your idea to investors.

Register here.


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How to Get a Job at a Startup

Itching to break into the startup scene? Our CTO Aaron White knows what that’s like. He co-founded Boundless and before that served as CTO at DK Pictures and senior software engineer at Mindreef. At our most recent Boundless Networking Night, Aaron gave local students from Babson, Northeastern, and more the three most important tips on how to make it big in startups.

1. Positioning: Set yourself apart from everyone else.

To cut through the noise from other job applicants or eager beavers, you need to have a specific goal in mind and a unique angle to get you noticed. Tell the startup why you’re the best fit for them. Make your cover letter the absolute best it can be to match your end goal.

2. Presence: If we can’t find you online, you don’t exist.

What shows up when you Google your name (or in some cases, you name plus your city)? If nothing about you is on the first page of results consider it’s time to beef up your online presence. Keep your social profiles like LinkedIn, GitHub, Dribbble, and Twitter up-to-date. Continue reading