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March Launches ‘Boston Tech Industry News’

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March Communications is proud to announce that we’ve officially launched a new website: Boston Tech Industry News. As the Boston tech industry keeps growing, we wanted a way to cover events, discuss developments and showcase great tech companies. At March, we’ve always worked to become expert storytellers. BTI News will help us tell the story of the Boston tech scene in a new, exciting way.

We’ll be on the ground at networking events. We’ll be profiling tech companies in and around Boston. And we’ll be discussing industry developments from both an insider and outsider perspective. We’ve already been laying the groundwork over the last few months, with a series of posts covering a number of diverse, Boston area startups.

We want BTI News to become a forum for Boston tech companies. We want to hear your feedback and your opinions about the city’s tech scene.

If you’re a tech company in Boston and you’d like to be covered on our site, please contact us at BTINews@marchpr.com. Currently, we’re open to Q&A style email interviews and opinion pieces about contemporary tech subjects.

We know that startups and the tech community in Boston are helping change the city for the better. Right now, though, a lot of those innovations and changes are happening under the radar. We want to change that by building a dynamic and thriving hub for the Boston tech community as a way to help all tech companies in the region to grow and connect, a way to finally get Boston to really become, as Mayor Walsh has said, “the future tech capital of the world.”

Want to learn more? Check out BostonTechIndustryNews.com

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