From fireworks over the Charles River to civic tech events happening in Kendall Square, Boston is ready for non-stop events this July. Here are some of our top picks in the civic sector (and beyond):
Talk Data to Me is a monthly event series where GA hosts thought-leaders from the Boston data community to discuss the possibilities that data brings to life.
July invites Boston-based leaders in the data community to discuss the exciting applications they are forecasting for the future. How is AI improving our lives? How long until self-driving cars become the standard? What will the future of work look like as data improves automation?
BostonSpeaks invites you to join our monthly panel breakfast series for entrepreneurs! Learn, network and get inspired every month as we invite some of the most exciting entrepreneurs and top thought leaders in Boston to discuss tricks-of-the-trade in their fields and the success principles they gained along the way!
Learn about 7 innovative and exciting technology products and network with the Boston/Cambridge startup community.
Tech, Drugs, and Rock n’ Roll is all about connections. Fueled by possibility and rock n’ roll, TDRR weaves together Boston University’s broad expertise in life sciences, physical sciences, and medical technology and Boston’s thriving entrepreneurial industry for an afternoon where free flowing conversations and wild collaborations become possible.
ReferralMob and General Assembly are joining forces for an epic night with some of Boston’s most interesting and inspiring young leaders that are making a name for themselves in the tech scene.
There is more to celebrate this July than just Independence Day – Mass Innovation Nights is having its 100th event, yes 100 (meaning over 1,000 products have showcased). This is an event that will be “out of this world”! Draper’s Sembler office is sponsoring MIN #100, hosted by the Museum of Science and the Museum of Science Innovators! MIN #100 will have a SPACE TECHNOLOGY theme with many space technology related companies showcasing.
In addition to the showcasing, many special surprises are planned (think Theater of Electricity and so much more). Since it is MIN’s 100th event there will also be a MINi-retrospective of the last 100 events — bringing back some Mass Innovation Nights’ alumni.
TUGG is back with Tech Night at the Museum!
BOSTech and TUGG’s nonprofits will come together for a fun night of collaboration, open bar, food, and networking!
Don’t miss the Super Meetup of the summer happening on July 13th at PTC in Needham. At this meetup, we’ll explore how two of the most powerful enabling technologies of our generation, IoT and AR, can be combined to create the most powerful changes of our lifetimes. Hear from smart city experts and startups, on how AR and IoT are making cities smarter. Plus, enjoy interactive demos, networking, food, and drinks (read: summer beer & wine).
Join MassTLC as we celebrate the Leadership Awards nominees and announce the 2017 finalists. Learn more about the Leadership Awards program here.
Join MassChallenge for our 3rd Annual Startup Golf Tournament at world renowned TPC Boston, host of an annual PGA Tour event. The tournament has sold out each year, so reserve your slot while you can.
MassChallenge friends and startups are invited for an afternoon on the links, with all proceeds benefiting the $1M in annual prize money awarded to MassChallenge startups. If you’d like MassChallenge startup alumni in your foursome, let us know.
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