RaceMenu founder on building a race community, loving his job, and next year’s Boston Marathon

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RaceMenu’s Alain Ferry first ran the Boston Marathon in 2005, and has built his start-up around helping others have a more enjoyable run: Using RFID technology and smart, web-based software, users can easily collect and track their times in one place while showcasing past runs.

In this week’s The Innovators, Ferry talks about building a community, starting a company based on something you love, and his plans for next year's Boston Marathon.

“We’ll run again next year for sure,” he said. Watch above to find out why.

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