Here at the Whiteboard, we’re always excited about the next big thing. We recently learned about the New Haven startup, Chairigami. The company has a variety of office furniture made entirely from fiber-reinforced cardboard. “Chairman,” Founder & CEO Zach Rotholz donated 3 pieces to The Grove for field testing. Coming straight from the Chairigami sofa, here’s our review.Read more
Trying to quit smoking? In this post, we review the beta version of a new product which uses a combination of neuroscience, mediation, and technology to help you change your life.
goBlue Labs’ Craving To Quit app is part of “a 21 day smoking cessation program”which clinical research has shown “yielded a 36% quit rate that largely persisted 4 months later (31%).” That’s a significantly better chance of breaking your habit.
Learn more about the product, and how you can become a beta tester.Read more
If your startup involves a physical product, there’s nothing quite like having a prototype. Unfortunately, getting access to the right machinery, materials, and knowledge can be tough. Not anymore. Learn how a ‘makerspace’ in downtown New Haven is now equipped to help you get your prototype printed.Read more
How does New Haven compare to startup capitals such as Boston, Palo Alto, or New York City? How well does our ecosystem stack up, and what is our potential?
Today, we feature a guest post by LaunchCapital Managing Director, Elon Boms, with his thoughts on the comparison between New Haven and Palo Alto, mined from his experience in other major startup communities.Read more