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Mass Innovation Nights #115 at District Hall with Boston Scientific

MIN #115 was our 5th Annual Women Founders Event that kicked off #WeBOSWeek on October 15th. The event was sponsored by Boston Scientific and the supporting sponsor was Brownmed. Before the event, Brownmed hosted an open house where they showcased some of their diverse products addressing medical issues. The turnout for MIN #115 was fantastic, with over 200 attendees and innovative products from women-founded companies in the digital health and medical and combination device fields.

Mass Innovation Nights #114 at MathWorks

MIN 114 took place on September 13th and was sponsored and hosted by MathWorks! The turnout was great, with a large number of attendees and product launchers. The event featured robotics, AI, and clean tech products from a variety of new companies. Some of the products showcased included low-cost robotics kits for kids, drone-based crop monitoring & pest detection, and an augmented reality healthcare visualization tool! Our experts for the night were representatives from MathWorks, Graham Dudgeon, Avinashi Nehemiah, Pulkit Kapur, and Ishita Jariwala.

Mass Innovation Nights #99: African-American & African Tech Founders

Mass Innovation Nights #99 was a smashing success! Our first event in the Greater Grove Hall area brought supporters of innovation to the Thelma D Burns Building to learn more about the 14 new startups showcasing. Sponsored by Greater Grove Hall Main Streets, #MIN99 featured all African-American and African tech founders. 14 companies showcased their innovative products alongside an enthusiastic group of experts. There was so much local interest and support for the event and product launchers that we featured!

Mass Innovation Nights #98: IoT at MITRE

Our third event at MITRE was a huge success! The line was out the door to attend Mass Innovation Nights 98 last night at MITRE in Bedford. Attendees enjoyed the beautiful and spacious event hall of our host and sponsor MITRE, a not-for-profit corporation that runs research and development centers for the federal government. While munching on the delicious food provided by our host, event-goers networked with 11 innovative new startups with products in the IoT space.

Mass Innovation Nights #96 - Cramer

While Tuesday saw much of Boston hunkered down to ride out winter storm Stella, Wednesday was all about Mass Innovation Nights 96! Not only did we get #MIN96 trending on twitter, but we got the innovation community to turn up for our event at Cramer in Norwood. Cramer, a brand experience agency with an over thirty year record of helping global companies tell their story, provided attendees with an A+ event experience.

Mass Innovation Nights #95: UMass Lowell iHub in Lowell, MA

Mass Innovation Nights returned to Lowell for our 95th monthly product launch event- and what a blast it was! As a joint partnership between the City of Lowell and UMass Lowell's iHUb co-working space, MIN95 brought together the entire innovation ecosystem in this bustling Massachusetts town. Of the ten startups demo-ing their products at the event, many of them were great local products benefiting from the awesome resources of our sponsor and venue, the Innovation Hub at UMass Lowell.

Mass Innovation Nights #94: Sembler at Draper

Last night's MIN #94 event couldn't have been better. Nestled in the heart of Cambridge, our sponsor Sembler at Draper provided a beautiful event space for us to take over. They took great care of us and did not forget a thing --  from  the use of their parking garage to the delicious spread they put out for our attendees. Sembler aims to empower startups by leveraging the vast resources of Draper. Learn more about how they can help your startup here.

Mass Innovation Nights #93: Boston Winter Market

This year was Boston's very first winter market at City Hall Plaza, and MIN93 was right in the thick of it! The city pulled out all the stops building a European-style holiday market and winter wonderland. Attendees could wander the rows of chalets, go ice skating, or visit us at Vinopolis! The intimate atmosphere of the wine-tasting tent was quite the location for our consumer products focused event. We had nearly twenty new and alumni startups selling their wares.

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