The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc. (ILC) is seeking nominations for the seventh annual Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards to be held on May 3, 2018, at the Royal Sonesta Boston. The Awards honor immigrants who founded businesses in Massachusetts.
Join us at the UMass Lowell Innovation Hub on Wednesday, March 7th at 5:30pm for a screening of the film, SHE STARTED IT. This feature length documentary follows five passionate, trailblazing young women who strive to compete and thrive in the ...
Join The Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals for What Alliance Professionals Can Learn from the Success of the New England Patriots.
Startups are hard - we get it. Especially so, if you're an immigrant. Not only do you have to worry about finding product-market fit, raising money and assembling a team, but now there's the added pressure of navigating the US immigration system. What ...
Join this interdisciplinary forum of academic, government and industry leaders and researchers in an exploration of the technology needs that will be critical in the advancement and application of IoT.
Join Isovera for an all-day workshop on Foundations for Drupal 8 Theming and Layout. Learn new and enhanced features of Drupal 8 and work with tools and capabilities for sprucing up an existing site or building one from scratch. Experience new theme ...
Massachusetts is home to inventors AND several thousand manufacturers. In an effort to help keep what is developed in MA, MADE IN MA, we believe in helping make connections that will provide long lasting relationships and support.
ISPIM, in partnership with MassTLC & D'Amore McKim School of Business, invites researchers, managers, executives and consultants, with a passion for innovation management, to the ISPIM Innovation Forum in Boston.
At our March IoT and Robotics Cluster Meeting, meet the new startups in our community! We’ll also get a tour of the NERVE (New England Robotics Validation and Experimentation) Center, co-located on Canal Street in Lowell, with the iHub.
Join Cogito as they present: Behavioral Signal Processing and Machine Learning on March 29th.
As part of Mass TLC’s policy series, it is conducting a three-part program on government access led by Cameron Kerry, Senior Counsel at Sidley Austin and former General Counsel and Acting Secretary at the US Department of Commerce.