Shawn Boday is the co-founder and CEO at Startup New York, a New York City-based company that creates and delivers custom, innovative, and affordable online services for startups.
Boday, a former corporate executive, has founded companies including Startup New England, a Massachusetts-based startup that provides a web-based platform for individuals to sell goods online.
He founded the company in 2003 and is now a partner in it.
He was a co-creator of the now-defunct e-commerce website Shopify, and is also an executive with the company, which launched in 2015.
He graduated from Harvard Business School in 2009 and holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
He is a graduate of the Harvard Business Graduate School.
More: Startup New Hampshire is launching a startup accelerator program, which aims to accelerate the growth of small, startup-led companies.
Boudreau says that the launch of New Hampshire’s accelerator program is the first of its kind in the United States.
“This is really a unique opportunity for people who have been wanting to try their hand at this, to start a company and to grow their businesses,” he said.
He said that the program will support the startup’s mission to provide innovative solutions for companies of all sizes, while also supporting entrepreneurial entrepreneurs and their families.
New Hampshire will be the first state to launch a program like this in the U.S., according to Boudéreau.
The Startup New Jersey startup accelerator will provide $100,000 in grants to three startups.
The program is focused on entrepreneurs in the Bay State and across the nation.
Boudreau said that he and his co-founders will start the program in New Jersey, but the program has no timeline yet.
As a founder and entrepreneur, Boudée hopes to help create a network of like-minded people to help other entrepreneurs find success, as well as to give them a place to build their business.
He said that it will also help him get to know New Jersey more intimately.
In a statement, Startup New New Jersey said that its launch is a “transformative event” for the state and a major milestone in the evolution of the startup ecosystem in New York.
About Boudaours New Jersey company, Startup NJ said in a statement that it is “the largest, most successful and most influential startup accelerator in the nation, and we have seen that success translate to a healthy economy, strong businesses and a healthy society.”
About Startup New Bedford, the program was created in 2012 to provide an additional level of funding to businesses in New Bedford that have raised venture capital.
Startup New Brunswick has also launched an incubator to help startups in the state find investors.
Startup Nova Scotia launched a program in 2011.
According to the Startup New Mexico website, the Startup NM startup accelerator was founded in 2010 and supports companies that are small and start-up-driven.
It was founded by former New Mexico Gov.
Bill Richardson and has more than 200 startup teams across the state.
In a 2015 New Mexico State Department of Business and Professional Regulation report, Startup Novembers report said that over 2,200 startups were incubated by the program between 2008 and 2013.
The report said the program’s success helped to drive New Mexico’s economic growth and create jobs.