Our triumphant return to the Innovation District was courtesy of LogMeIn who sponsored and hosted us in their tri-level treehouse-style AWESOME headquarters right on Summer Street, right over the bridge from South Station. Their super fantastic team let us "take over" their lobby, kitchen, cafeteria and portions of the mezzanine and showcase some super awesome new products!
If there is one thing Mass Innovation Nights is good at, it's diversity. Diversity of product (organic whoopie pies, underwater dog treadmills, iPhone apps, enterprise software, etc.); diversity of location (everywhere from Quincy to Westborough, Beverly to Boston, Cambridge to Newton); and diversity of people (all different ages, roles and more.) So "theme" events are a little different for us -- not the norm. MIN67 was just such a departure. Working with the Babson Center for Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership, we lined up products from women-founded companies. (Sadly, we had a full
WOW. WOW. WOW.
Usually I tell people to turn to the Mass Innovation Nights blog if they missed an event but it's going to be really hard to capture the super-cool goings on at MIN 64 in The Arsenal in Watertown in athenahealth's glorious space here. But I'll give it a try!
Thanks to our friends at Autodesk for hosting our June event! What a terrific team and a fantastic location, conveniently located along 128/95. They also provided yummies to keep tummies from grumbling! Nicely done! Hope to see you all again real soon.
Our community had a great time checking out all the cool new products...and Autodesk's nifty lobby showcasing many of their products. I loved the airport design and the model city.
Our American Airlines Business Extra points winners were: