The Apple Watch: Worth It?
By Jonathan Bingham | May 13, 2015 | Technology

This blog originally appeared on Business 2 Community. Everyone is abuzz over the Apple Watch. Click through any general news site and you’re bound to find something about the beauty of the Apple Watch. Does it make sense to get one, though? Think of this: there have been countless iterations…

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Entrepreneurship: Do You Have What It Takes?
By Jonathan Bingham | May 4, 2015 | Thought

Will you do what others won’t? Will you do what others think is crazy? People come to me with ideas all the time. Some are terrible, some quite amazing – ideas they feel will change the world. But, what does it take to reach this level? What are you willing…

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A Conversation with Chris Boyce
By Jonathan Bingham | April 3, 2015 | Thought

The rain may have been torrential, but that didn’t stop our thought leadership series (#drinksandthinks on Twitter) from continuing with Virgin Pulse CEO Chris Boyce. Held at the dynamic Life Is good headquarters, the who’s who of the Boston tech and wellness communities enjoyed networking, raffle prizes from Equinox, catering…

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SXSW – Worth a Launch?
By Jonathan Bingham | March 13, 2015 | Thought

Some view the arrival of March as the first hope for springtime (especially here in Boston where we’re digging our way out of about 100 inches of snow). For those in the tech field, it’s a reminder that South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival is just around the corner, March…

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The Sharing Economy Series – Part 2
By Jonathan Bingham | February 24, 2015 | Thought

In my last post I talked about how companies like Uber are contributing to the explosive growth of the sharing economy – and some of the hurdles it faces. As I mentioned, Uber isn’t the only one making waves. Airbnb, a site that allows hosts to offer up anything from…

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The Sharing Economy Series – Part 1
By Jonathan Bingham | February 12, 2015 | Thought

In this three part series, we’ll analyze and question why some lawmakers and citizens are opposed to the business models that have created the Sharing Economy while others have embraced these companies and become avid fans and users. The sharing economy is best described by pairing excess, and in some cases…

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