A Message from our Founder and CEO: MeWe is now CoInspect

I’m excited to announce that, beginning today, we are renaming our company CoInspect. Many of you already know and use our CoInspect application regularly.  We’re excited to build on that experience and embrace the spirit of cooperation and collaboration that lies at our roots. We are huge believers in inspections. Yes, we said it. We love inspections. But the word…

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MeWe CoInspect Selected to Help Manage Environmental Health Inspections Across New York State

NEW YORK: June 13, 2016 — The New York State Department of Health has selected MeWe CoInspect to help manage data collection and analysis for the state’s Childhood Lead Poisoning Primary Prevention Program (CLPPPP). In this program, MeWe will deliver innovative technology to improve regulatory workflow, environmental health management, and housing inspections across New York…

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MeWe Joins Foodbytes! Summit

Evan Goldberg of MeWe, Inc. explains how his company’s mobile application, CoInspect, is at the forefront of helping food businesses comply with complex health and safety regulations and is increasing operational efficiency along the way.  PHOTO Courtesy of Myles Weissleder and FoodBytes! by Rabobank  http://foodbytessummit.com NEW YORK – MeWe was delighted to attend the Foodbytes! Summit…

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A Father’s Legacy Lives On

By Aaron Cohen – At MeWe, we’re building powerful, easy-to-use mobile tools to help organizations manage quality, safety, and compliance – in order to make communities better and safer for everyone. We’re working with leading businesses and dozens of government agencies across the country. How did we end up here? It’s been quite a journey.…

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Let’s Get Back to Making Dip

I’ve been buying the fresh spinach dip at Trader Joe’s for years. I love it — along with almost everything else at my local TJ’s in Cambridge, MA. Recently, I learned more about the history of this amazing spread. It’s made by a local food manufacturing company called Bombay Duck — a small 10-person operation based in Acton, a…

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Could Paul Graham Fix Government?

What can government learn from the recent history of tech startups? In 2001-2, company incubators/accelerators nearly became extinct after the market collapsed and the internet industry experienced a malaise. Ten years later, thousands of proto-company organizations have opened around the world. Mostly, they owe their existence to YCombinator, the company behind the founder-friendly blueprint that…

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The MeWe Manifesto

Nearly 40 years ago, Muhammad Ali addressed Harvard’s class of 1975 on senior day. Famed Paris Review editor and sportswriter George Plimpton attended and remembers the fighter prodding students to use their elite educations to “change the world.” When Ali concluded, a student called for the Greatest of All Time to give them a rhyme.…

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