Jeff Rumage
News Reporter at Built In
Expertise: Tech journalism
Education: University of Wisconsin-Madison

Jeff Rumage is a tech news reporter for Built In. Before joining Built In in 2021, he worked as a reporter and editor for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Patch and the Oconomowoc Enterprise. He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and communications from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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Venti's executive team is pictured with the Built In Weekly Refresh logo.
Catch up on the Boston tech news you might have missed last week.
One of Venti's autonomous vehicles at a shipping container port.
The Series A financing will help the company grow its presence in Boston.
Labviva was co-founded by CTO Nicholas Rioux (left) and CEO Siamak Baharloo (right). They are pictured next to each other, sitting at a table.
The company is moving to a larger office in the North End neighborhood to accommodate its growth.
Buildings on the Boston University campus.
Catch up on the Boston tech news you might have missed last week.
Cognito’s headset device is designed to treat Alzheimer’s Disease with gamma frequency light and sound stimulation.
The Series B round will fund a clinical trial for the startup’s wearable technology.
A rendering of the 176 Lincoln development on the north side of I-90 with downtown Boston pictured in the distance.
Berkeley Investments’ 176 Lincoln development recently received city approval.
Beeyonder founder and CEO Brittany Palmer is pictured in the foreground of a scenic vacation locale.
Travel platform Beeyonder offers over 450 virtual tours across more than 55 countries.
A photo of George Washington on a horse in Boston Public Garden.
Catch up on the Boston tech news you might have missed last week.
Pictured from left are the founders of EarlyBird Education, Tangle, Future, High Time Foods and SOS. | Photo: EarlyBird Education, Tangle, Future, High Time Foods, SOS/Built In
These emerging startups might be working on the next big tech innovations.
Monitaur was co-founded by CTO Andrew Clark (left), CEO Anthony Habayeb (middle) and lead engineer Michael Herman (right). They are pictured sitting on a couch in an office.
The Boston insurtech startup will use the funding to grow its team and evolve its AI governance software.
An aerial photograph of an agrivoltaic project in Rockport, Maine.
The Hingham-based company owns and operates 21 solar projects across the U.S.
An Advent Technologies employee oversees manufacturing production of fuel cell systems.
Catch up on the Boston tech news you might have missed last week.