Lauren Landry, Boston Magazine

Lauren Landry

Boston Magazine

Boston, MA, United States

Contact Lauren

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • Boston Magazine
  • BostInno

Past articles by Lauren:

City of Boston Launches New Boston.Gov Site

Read about the redesigned website. The City of Boston revamped, making it easier to find information on topics like moving to Boston. → Read More

'Brave Becca' is the New Children's Version of 'Lean In'

Two HBS students want to close the confidence gap. → Read More

Kayak Co-Founder Paul English Launches Travel Agent App Lola

Kayak founder Paul English has officially launched his new travel company: Lola, an app that lets users find and book trips with the help of a travel agent. → Read More

EditMate Expands to Boston to Help Brands Create Crowdsourced Videos

EditMate provides an online video editing service and crowdsourced video app. Submit your footage and editors return polished social media and web videos. → Read More

FertilityIQ Lets Patients Review Their Fertility Doctors & Clinics

FertilityIQ is a website that lets patients read reviews of potential fertility doctors and clinics, in order to find the best doctor for them. → Read More

Teplo Surpasses Its $60K Kickstarter Goal to Help You Brew the Perfect Cup of Tea

The Teplo smart bottle lets you control the brewing temperature and time of your tea via a mobile app, and has raised more than $66,000 on Kickstarter. → Read More

LearnLux Is Helping Millennials Make More Informed Financial Decisions

Boston startup LearnLux is creating online learning modules that teach millennials how to take control of their personal finances. → Read More

Wanderu Helps You Book Affordable Bus and Train Travel

Boston startup Wanderu provides a search engine that lets customers find stations and book the cheapest bus and train travel. → Read More

Q&A: Jodi Goldstein Shares Her Unconventional Path to the Harvard i-lab

The managing director of the Harvard Innovation Lab, Jodi Goldstein, has always pursued an unconventional path. In this Q&A, she reflects on her journey. → Read More

Studio 16: East Boston's New Photo and Video Studio

Studio 16 is a new photo and video studio in East Boston that provides startups, nonprofits, and content creators the space to share their story. → Read More

Insurify Launches to Take the Hassle Out of Comparing Car Insurance Quotes

Insurify is an online marketplace that allows consumers to compare quotes from more than 80 car insurance carriers, including Travelers and Progressive. → Read More

Ava Anderson Non Toxic: Products Void of Harsh Chemicals

The Babson College senior has created 90-plus products, from skincare to pet care. → Read More

Daily Pnut Puts a Satirical Spin on World Affairs

The Harvard University-spun Daily Pnut is a snarky daily email covering world affairs that's designed to make you sound “marginally more intelligent.” → Read More

Jobble Creates a Marketplace That Helps Put a Face to Brands

Boston startup Jobble is an event management and staffing platform that offers brands the ability to easily market to customers face-to-face. → Read More

AquaFresco Aims to Reinvent Laundry

MIT-spun AquaFresco is a startup developing a patent-pending filter that regenerates 95 percent of the water and detergent used in every load of laundry. → Read More

TVision Aims to Change the Future of TV Advertising

Using facial recognition technology, MIT-spun startup TVision has created a secure, anonymous device that tracks how viewers watch television. → Read More

Lumii is Creating Glasses-Free 3-D Technology

Boston startup Lumii is changing the way companies build 3-D displays by replacing the optics in everyday LCD panels with software. → Read More

Fortified Launches Its Theft-Proof, Weather-Proof ‘Invincible’ Bike

Fortified Bike just launched the Invincible, it’s theft-proof, weather-proof bike, on Kickstarter—specifically for city bicyclists. → Read More

Safestoop Promises the End of Missed Deliveries

Boston startup Safestoop is putting an end to stolen packages and missed deliveries by hand-delivering packages to customers when they're actually home. → Read More

Unshrinkit Gets Investment from Mark Cuban on 'Shark Tank'

Mark Cuban of Shark Tank is the latest investor in Unshrinkit, a patent-pending liquid solution that helps customers unshrink their wool clothing. → Read More