Fil Firmani’s mobile phone app could help stressed sons and daughters keep track of the home health aides caring for their aging parents. J. Mark Inman is developing technology to compete with Apple’s iTunes. Sanjay Baronia aims to become the king of cloud computing.
The three entrepreneurs recently launched new companies to realize their ambitions — a common occurrence around Boston, where startups often seem to grow on trees.
But these entrepreneurs aren’t migrating to Kendall Square or Route 128 to create the next big thing. They and a handful of other would-be tycoons are based at a new business incubator in Boston’s western suburbs called TechSandBox.
Founded around eight months ago by Barbara Finer, a veteran of tech companies throughout Massachusetts, the nonprofit organization moved in September from facilities it shared with Becker College on Route 9 in Southborough into an 8,700-square-foot office space on South Street in Hopkinton. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.
John Dyer can be reached at email@example.com.