Language of Business Filming: Business Pivots and MassChallenge


Language of Business Filming: Business Pivots and MassChallenge

We shot a full episode on Pivoting today and the first segment of an episode on MassChallenge. Many thanks to Scott Hunter (Vedavoo), David Teplow (Integra Technology Consulting), Oleg Vyadro (ImageSurge), Adam Romanow (Castle Island Brewing), who discussed Business Pivoting and Alex Lorman (Sea Machines) who began the discussion on MassChallenge. Check out the pictures and videos below. 

Vedavoo: The Vedavoo Torchbearers are a global team of people who believe in what we do – and HOW we do it. Grassroots and local, they do what they can to Bear the Torch of Vedavoo in their areas – sending in photos of our gear in the field, videos they’ve made of our work in action, or leading action to preserve waterways, get more people outside, or demo’ing our wares.

Integra: Our vision and our enduring goal is to be the most trusted and respected source of expertise and the partner of choice for companies that seek to create a competitive advantage using Information Technology (IT). Our business is founded on and operates with the conviction that we treat our clients, our employees, and our partners with integrity.

ImageSurge: ImageSurge is a pioneer in the development of groundbreaking Intelligent Brick-and-Mortar Storefront platforms for Real Estate, Retail, Financial Services, Sports & Entertainment, and other verticals. Our technology can transform an ordinary shop window into a “through glass touch-interactive” sales and marketing platform without any infrastructure modification, allowing streetside foot traffic to engage digital content through the storefront window.

Castle Island Brewery: Castle Island Brewing Co. is a Norwood (Boston-area) based craft brewery, open for tours, tastings, and distribution.

Sea Machines: Sea Machines builds Autonomous Control & Remote Command Systems to enhance the operation of existing or new build marine vessels. Our technology improves boating safety when deployed as an autonomous “overwatch” system on manned vessels. And also enables unmanned piloting of vessels to improve productivity and efficiency as well as safe operations in hazardous environments.




About Author

Greg Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship and international business programs at Boston University in the Questrom School of Business. He teaches courses in entrepreneurship, global strategy and management and runs the Asian International Management Experience Program, and the Asian International Consulting Project.

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