Tag: Tech

Matter VP, Maria Brown, on the Boulder Tech Podcast

Matter Vice President, Maria Brown, guest starred on Episode #13 of the Boulder Tech Podcast. In the podcast Maria gives her take on a number of matters, such as: How Google levels the playing field for PR The maturing of Boulder’s startup scene How to cut through the noise A potential new project for Boulder Startup Week founder Andrew Hyde Click the play button below to… Read more »

Startup Guide: How to Talk About Your Tech

After months of iteration, you’ve built a new technology. Your voice assistant reads today’s headlines. Or your deep learning platform returns new techniques for disease management from thousands of medical journals. Or your disk storage hardware archives directly to Amazon’s public cloud. Now, how do you talk about it? Describing the mission and vision of a product or service is a challenge for all companies. But… Read more »

Tech Trends Abound at TechFestNW

I recently had the pleasure of attending my very first TechFestNW, an annual tech conference that brings the brightest minds, companies and ideas in technology together in the Rose City. Throughout the two-day event, various speakers – from growing startups (like Portland-based Sightbox, a client of ours) and major companies (think Nike and Hewlett Packard) – discussed trends they’re seeing across the industry. Along with keynote… Read more »

Matter & Boulder Startup Week 2017

Matter is a proud sponsor of Boulder Startup Week, an independent, five day event that celebrates the unique community in Boulder, Colorado from May 15-19. Learn more about us and where we will be this week from the blog post below. Don’t forget to follow our Boulder Twitter handle for real-time updates. Attending BSW? Keep an eye out for our Snapchat filter at select events! A… Read more »

Why Collaboration is Essential for Innovation in Boston – and PR

Boston has had quite the 2016, so far. Over the past six months, the city has experienced incredible milestones, further raising its notoriety as “The Hub” of innovation. Not only has Boston been ranked No. 1 among the top 25 startup hubs in the U.S. (over Silicon Valley, ask Sergey), it was named the future home of GE, witnessed Salesforce’s high-value acquisition of Demandware, and will… Read more »