Who is Boston’s Startup of the Year? [Poll]

The Boston startup ecosystem is a powerful force to be reckoned with. Just ask the folks at Howler, who happen to be 2014’s Reader’s Choice winners, who told us that Boston is “very welcoming to all startups.” As a result of the victory in the polls, the Howler founders got to see just how welcoming Downtown Las Vegas is by joining us for Celebrate. Now, one of these startups has the chance to take their place in history and represent Boston for Celebrate 2015.

On Monday June 1 at District Hall, come out to show support for these startups and mix and mingle with other thought leaders, founders, mentors, and community doers for Tech Cocktail’s Mixer & Startup Showcase. But even if you can’t be there, you can vote in the Reader’s Choice Poll to help one of these teams qualify for our Celebrate Startup of the Year competition in Las Vegas October 4-6.

Now, we need your vote: Who is Boston’s Startup of the Year?


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