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Ten Boston tech companies to watch in 2011

Breakout start-ups
By BOSTINNOVATION.COM STAFF  |  December 29, 2010


In 2010, the must-read tech/business blog became our go-to link for keeping up with Boston's Interweb, e-commerce, social-media, and start-up players in 2010. We asked the minds behind Streetwise Media — home to both BostInnovation and the Pinyadda news platform — to look into their crystal ball and tell us who they'll be keeping an eye on in the coming year.

It's been a big year for start-ups in Boston. Marked by a resurgence of youthful enthusiasm and dotted with a few big exits for companies started in the city, 2010 has laid the groundwork for what should be an even more successful year for local ventures. With multiple new co-working spaces hitting their stride, the opening of several new seed-stage funding groups, and initiatives like MassChallenge fueling a new generation of young entrepreneurs, Boston is poised to have a breakout year in 2011.

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