A public-private partnership between the Commonwealth’s Department of Business Development, MassEcon, MassDevelopment, and the Massachusetts International Trade Council committed to promoting Massachusetts as a globally competitive, innovative, dynamic and diverse state.
Boston Young Entrepreneurs is a ONEin3Boston program that supports Boston’s young and entrepreneurial as they launch and grow their businesses here. We meet twice monthly and offer a community for those interested in entrepreneurship in Boston.
Awesome Boston is a newly launched program that brings the collective "story" of Boston's innovation economy to the the world around us, showcasing the game-changing business and vibrant startup culture that drives this great city. Launched as a collaboration of prominent civic groups and leading citizens, the AwesomeBoston.org portal seeks to engage and inform people around the world about Boston's unparalleled economic opportunity. The Awesome Boston initiative takes this message further by bringing successful local C-level execs to our local college campuses to discuss how the Greater Boston ecosystem was an integral part of their success and why it was, and is, a great place to live, work and play after college.
Mass Mobile Month is a collaborative, cross-organizational effort to bolster awareness of---and attendance at---the remarkable series of mobile industry events planned in and around Boston in March 2010. Xconomy Boston has published a website, massmobilemonth.com, aggregating detailed information about the events, along with blog posts, tweets, and a guide to resources on the New England mobile technology sector, and more. If you have an event you’d like to promote through the Mass Mobile Month site, or if you’d like to join the effort as a supporting organization, please contact Wade Roush at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AskDart is an exclusive Email list for entrepreneurs and rockstars like you. This network of hard workers that live for productivity and greatness can get their best information and assistance from one another here.
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The EntreTech Forum consists of moderated monthly panel discussions on emerging academic research and the commercialization of this technology. It was designed for those interested in technology innovation and marketing collaboration and networking with fellow entrepreneurs, business and government executives, investors, and technology researchers.
The multi-disciplinary subjects of raising and utilizing different forms of capital, building alliances and structuring deals are included as part of the programming, and serve as tools for the entrepreneur and researcher to commercialize science and technology
Great events happen here throughout the year, but June is especially jam-packed ... and putting the focus on one month, we hope, will encourage people who don't normally get out and mix it up to do just that. Learn about an emerging field, make new connections, share some advice with a young entrepreneur, or find your next job.
TiE-Boston is a comprehensive eco-system for entrepreneurs with vital resources for every stage of the entrepreneurial process. It is part of the global TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) group that is the largest not-for profit organization promoting entrepreneurship. TiE-Boston runs several vibrant programs to educate, mentor, network and inspire entrepreneurs in the community. TiE connects entrepreneurs with each other and other stakeholders in the entrepreneurial world including other serial entrepreneurs, Angel Investors, Venture Capitalists, Vendors and Service Providers.
BCV Innovation Center is an initiative to help early stage entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses. The virtual interactive center gives entrepreneurs a wealth of resources including: a startup team building and matching service, targeted professional and social networking opportunities, hands-on mentorship through weekly Office Hours, introductions to value-added partners in the region, aggregated lists of relevant entrepreneur events in NYC and Boston,helpful links and resources.
Boston Region Entrepreneurship Week (BREW) was created to shine a spotlight on the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Boston, and highlight our area as a center of excellence for all things related to conceiving, launching, and building new companies -- from the local coffee shop to huge publicly-held enterprises. Dozens of events throughout October are flying the BREW banner - anyone interested can visit BREWBoston.org to learn more.