Check out the startup Edward Norton and Sophia Bush have been talking about, and check out the new partnership they have with Dell.
WSJ startup of the year Speek talks about their team building exercise.
News about one of our favorite Washington DC startups, Speek, came out of the excitement at SXSW V2V on Tuesday morning. Speek, the innovative and intuitive conference calling platform has raised another $1.1M in venture funding. The funding round had a variety of participants, most of which were in Las Vegas for the festivities (and
Danny Boice, CTO and co-founder of Speek is blowin up like you thought he would, check out his founder spotlight here.
“I think I’ve been here every week since it opened,” DC Mayor Vincent Gray told a standing room only crowd at the Speek launch and thank you party held at 1776DC on Friday evening. Gray and Newark Mayor Cory Booker are two politicians very friendly to startups. Gray and his constituents working on DC’s economic
Close to DC? Come get the Speek monkey temporarily tattooed to celebrate their launch Friday night.
DC Startup, Speek, the easiest way to conference, comes out of beta.
While I don’t know many Windows Phone users just yet, for those that I know, conference calling just got easier. Our good friends at Washington DC conference calling startup Speek just announced the availability of their Windows Phone 8 app, and no one had to get a tattoo on their ass in the process. Speek
We’ve been following Washington DC conference calling startup Speek since they were little more than a pitch deck last year at a DC tech event. The company was founded by John Bracken, one of the cofounders of E-Vite (the precursor to Facebook events lol) and Danny Boice, a startup renaissance man, who even spoke at
To launch or not to launch, that’s a tough question facing startup founders everywhere. Some startup founders prescribe to the lean methodology, push out a minimum viable product and iterate until it’s right. Others prefer to take all the time they need and handle iteration internally until they have the product they feel is ready
Last year after TechCrunch Disrupt NYC, most people thought that conference calling app Uber Conference was the bees knees. They had won the TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield and were all the rage from the big publications. Meanwhile, back in the Washington DC suburbs Evite founder John Bracken and co-founder and PandoDaily contributor Danny Boice were busy
We’ve been tracking DC startup Speek since last May when they pitched the initial concept and platform at the TechBuzz competition in Washington DC as part of Capital Connection. What originally attracted us to Speek was the super easy interface for their conference calling application. The conference calling space is definitely a hot one. Back
While the Washington DC area and the rest of the north east are being pummeled by Hurricane Sandy, “Frankenstorm”, entrepreneurs are still planning on attending DC’s Tech Week which starts this Friday. Our friends at TechCocktail and many others have put together a weeks worth of great programming for entrepreneurs, founders, startups, developers, designers, coders
While a lot of people are talking about TechCrunch Disrupt NY Battlefield winner UberConference when it comes to conference calling startups, another conference calling startup has been brewing in the Washington DC area. We first got to check out Speek back in May at the Capital Connection and TechBuzz conference in Washington DC. After carefully