MIN #114 took place on Thursday, 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.
Our first event in Natick was a complete success hosted by The Center for Arts Natick (TCAN)! So many people came out to support the local products that showcased! The event was sponsored by Middlesex Savings Bank, and in partnership with The Natick Center Cultural District and The Town of Natick Community & Economic Development Department.
Mass Innovation Nights #112 brought us back to District Hall in the Seaport area of Boston. The event was sponsored by both SmartBooks, a MIN alumni company, and CohnReznick. It was a huge success and many people came out to support the 12 SaaS and software products that showcased. The companies featured a variety of products from a travel app to a knowledge management tool to a CRM real estate service.
It was our second time at the Thelma D Burns Building for Mass Innovation Nights #111. Attendees enjoyed the beautiful and spacious event space thanks to our sponsor, Greater Grove Hall Main Streets. #MIN111 featured all African and African-American tech founders.
Mass Innovation Nights #107 brought us back to the Innovation Hub in Lowell, MA! Nine companies showcased their products at the iHub. The event was sponsored by the City of Lowell and UMass Lowell's Innovation Hub. Given Lowell's innovative business environment, affordable housing costs and commercial real estate, world class educational institutions, state-of-the-art research facilities, and community commitment, it was the perfect place to host Mass Innovation Nights #107.
Mass Innovation Nights #106 brought 10 companies to the UMass Lowell Innovation Hub in Haverhill, MA -- a big thank you to them for hosting us in their great new space! Despite having to postpone the event by a day because of the snow, both turnout and spirits were high. The event was sponsored by the The Merrimack Valley Planning Commission and the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce.
Our December event brought Mass Innovation Nights to WeWork's Mass Ave Cambridge location. Despite the dreary weather, hundreds of attendees came and filled the event space to support the innovation community! The event featured 11 new products from a variety of industries ranging from Reina Valentina's online clothing store to Wasabi's cloud based storage service.
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