Are you keeping busy this month? We want to make sure your schedule stays packed — here are our top picks for events this week to fill up your planner:
Workable Ideas is a new speaker series that aims to showcase progressive HR and recruitment thinking. We value collaboration over competition. There’s always more to learn and we believe in sharing good ideas. We’re not a “weapon in the war for talent,” we’re sharing field notes that we can all use to build a better workplace. Spread the word on Twitter: #WorkableIdeas.
2) Collaborations on Nothing: Jeff Lieberman and Eric Gunther
Wednesday, March 16, 6:30pm — 7:30pm
Le Laboratoire Cambridge | 650 East Kendall Street | Cambridge
ArtScience @Le Lab is a free, biweekly evening seminar series organized for the general public in the magical “Honeycomb” of Le Lab Cambridge and Café ArtScience. Artists, designers, scientists, chefs, engineers, perfumers — and more — talk about creativity and culture at the edges of art, science and design. Ticketed cocktail receptions at the adjoint Café ArtScience are arranged for select seminars.
Lectures take place on Wednesdays at 6:30 PM (doors at 6:00 PM) at Le Laboratoire Cambridge unless otherwise noted.
Join local real estate tech startups for a panel discussion exploring how innovations in real estate, housing, and living technologies are changing the way we live and find housing. Our panel of experts will share insights on:
- How technology is disrupting the ReTech industry
- What developments in technology will help us find and discover housing
- How creating affordable housing and finding housing that is affordable will be crucial in urban living
The discussion will be followed by drinks and demos so come and enjoy a fun and relaxing evening with mingling, libations and good conversation.
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