BOSTON, Oct. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Built In Boston, the #1 online community for Boston startups and technology companies has launched, adding a new voice to a booming ecosystem.
Built In Boston will help connect talented tech professionals with opportunities at startups throughout the area by way of events, original news coverage, and a thriving job board that is updated daily with new opportunities.
"Boston is one of the fastest growing tech markets in the nation, so it was a natural fit as the next community in the Built In network," CEO Maria Christopoulos Katris said. "With a robust entrepreneurial system, top university talent and an amazing city where people want to both live and work, we're excited to serve as the hub for startups and tech."
From 2012 to 2014, Boston experienced 15.7 percent growth in high-tech jobs, while more than $1 billion in investment came pouring into the tech community during the same period. The city, which boasts several startup unicorns, is known for its superior software companies and has become a major player in fintech, fashion tech, adtech and healthtech, among other spaces.
With more than 100,000 registered users (membership is free), Built In has successfully launched online communities in Austin, Chicago, Colorado, LA and New York.
ABOUT BUILT IN BOSTON
Built In Boston is part of the Built In network, which is the largest network of online communities for tech companies and startups. The Built In platforms have quickly become the #1 recruitment solution for tech companies and startups in six major tech markets. The company currently operates sites in Chicago (BuiltInChicago.org), Los Angeles (BuiltInLA.com), Colorado (BuiltInColorado.com), Austin (BuiltInAustin.com), NYC (BuiltInNYC.com) and Boston (BuiltInBoston.com) and is headquartered in Chicago.
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