Stop tweeting about summer’s end and start tweeting about these great upcoming events!
Here are three not to miss this week:
1) IT Series: Resourcing for Innovation and Idea Incubation
At Microsoft Technology Center in the Envisioning Room
Tuesday, August 26, 8:00am – 9:30am
Twitter: @MSNewEngland, @BABCNE, @MassChallenge
Join Steve Ramsay, Director of the Microsoft Enterprise Technology Center – Boston and speakers from the US and UK, for a truly interactive conversation on ‘Resourcing for Innovation and Idea Incubation’.
Using Microsoft Lync technology we will gather experts from the United Kingdom and the United States to discuss business growth challenges and innovative solutions for early-stage companies. Business accelerators will highlight routes-to-growth and will contrast this approach to that taken by large scale operations.
- Chris Howard, Managing Director, MassChallenge
- Paul Smith, Founder Campus North Incubator, Newcastle upon Tyne
Participants will gain an understanding of what has successfully worked for well known high-growth companies in Boston and Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, what resources are immediately available locally and in the UK, make connections with incubators and innovators from across The Pond, and (potentially!) identify areas of opportunity for business their own growth through learning acquired and connections made with the speakers.
The event is complimentary and limited to 50 seats. Reservations will be dealt with on a first come – first served basis.
2) Girls Who Code Graduation
Wednesday, August 27, 5:00pm – 8:00pm
Students from the summer’s Girls Who Code session will demo their final projects and will participate in their graduation ceremony.
3) Social Media Breakfast Boston: Brand Experiences at the Intersection of Digital + Physical
Thursday, August 28, 8:00am – 10:30am
Twitter: #SMB35 | @pillpack @ProvenirEngage @bealmighty
The Social Media Breakfast Boston networking and lecture series is dedicated to exploring the world of digital, mobile and social and its impact on business and culture.
The Social Media Breakfast Boston networking and lecture series is dedicated to exploring the world of digital, mobile and social media and its impact on business and culture.
Our next breakfast is August 28th and will focus on the intersection of Digital + Physical and the interactions that are forever changing how a consumer experiences a brand and their products and services. From interactive experiences within retail stores or at point-of-sale, to digitally enabled products, to experiential events that bridge the gap between online and offline behaviors—today’s brands must design interactions that meet customer needs simply and seamlessly across channel.
Join this session to hear local digital experience leaders within the retail, apparel/footwear and healthcare industries share their perspectives with the SMB community.
- TJ Parker – Co-founder and CEO, PillPack
- Pat Cassidy – Head of Global Digital Brand Marketing, New Balance
- Ian Fitzpatrick – Chief Strategy Officer, Almighty
Social Media Breakfast 35 is sponsored by Almighty, an agency helping organizations build experiences and systems that start with human needs and deliver business value.
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