Ah, the holidays, that time of year we go without rest, raise the stress, overly ingest and financially regress to enjoy the peace and joy of the season. To warm your hearts amidst the chaos, the Metis family is bringing you a reminder of why we do it – and that means holiday photo essays of our...
The holidays are a time for celebrating, and today we’re doing just that. Metis was recently named to the 2018 Chief Marketer 200 list.
This award, which Chief Marketer notes as the first and only comprehensive editorial list, honors the best non-advertising agencies in the U.S. The CM200 features...Read More
Our remote working and flextime benefit is one of my favorites. Being a new mom (to a chocolate Lab), it is very easy for me to care for him properly while working from home. We’re able to take long walks at lunch, have belly rubs on breaks and get extra treats throughout the day.
But seriously,...Read More
Last fall, an email from ChickTech landed in my inbox. It included a mention of a program called “LeadBoston.” I hadn’t heard of it, but I was on the lookout for leadership development opportunities, so I clicked the link.
That click has led to quite the year.
If you haven’t heard of it either, ...Read More
Everyone has an opinion about remote work. They’re for it. They’re against it. They’re for it until they are against it. And, so the conversation keeps on ticking. The debate kicked back into high gear this year when IBM decided to pull all workers from their homes and cafes back into the office.Read More
BostInno’s annual celebration of innovators of all kinds, 50 on Fire, is happening next week. This event, which awards not only startups and entrepreneurs but also innovators across multiple categories, inspired this week’s Startup Saturday blog post. Meet the 150 finalists for 2017.
Check out our...Read More
For the second year in a row, Boston was recently named the top city in the country for startups in the Innovation That Matters report by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. The ranking was determined by data focused on talent, capital, specialization, density, connectivity and cultural...Read More
I sat down last week to catch up on some reading from First Round Review, and clicked into an interview on leadership with One Medical’s VP of marketing, Vanessa Hope Schneider. I started off enjoying it and nodding along, until I got to her fourth point.
Here, she shares how she noticed the...Read More
You know that magic that happens when you work with awesome people? We think it’s everything, and we love working with folks who bring that kind of chemistry into our days. Every month, we sit down with one of these execs to talk about startups, marketing, the future of their industries, world...Read More
There’s a stat that has stuck with me for years since I first heard it.
Women are likely to apply for a promotion only when they feel they meet 100 percent of the qualifications. Men apply if they meet just 60 percent.
Why is that?
There have been numerous takes on why since HP published its...Read More
It’s the land of sun, tapas and siesta, and it’s my happy place. Spending a month along the coast in the small city of Valencia was quite a treat – if I weren’t on a...Read More
I’m on a year-long adventure around the world with Remote Year: 12 cities, 12 months, 53 people. This post is a glimpse into my month in Prague.
Prague’s got a history, and it will remind you of it every corner you turn. From a 14th century bridge to a 15th century Astronomical Clock to the...Read More
“A golden state of mind.”
People from California often utter this statement to indicate pure bliss and happiness. It also perfectly describes our co-worker Mel Rubbelke’s general state of being. Her positive and happy-go-lucky attitude gives us the extra boost of energy we need to get through the...Read More
Shereen Shermak, angel investor and venture capitalist, recently told BostInno that Boston is experiencing a resurgence of financial technology startups. The surge is credited to the rise in technologies like machine learning, blockchain and large institutions acquiring local companies such as...Read More