Growing the Innovation Economy in Massachusetts: Staying Competitive by Being Collaborative

May 20, 2015

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to be a sponsor of the Smaller Business Association of New England's (SBANE) 2014-2015 Breakfast Series, which provides monthly seminars on various topics. SBANE's May event, "Growing the Innovation Economy in Massachusetts: Staying Competitive by Being Collaborative," was held on May 20, 2015, from 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. at the Westin Hotel in Waltham, MA.

 

SBANE Event Description:

SBANENearly 40% of all jobs in Massachusetts are in the innovation economy, according to research done annually by the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative. The organization’s CEO, Pamela Goldberg, is a former entrepreneur, educator, and now executive of the state economic development agency working to enhance economic growth, accelerate technology use and adoption, and harness the value of research by engaging in meaningful collaborations across academia, industry, and government.
 
The Commonwealth was recently named an “Innovation Champion” by the Consumer Electronics Association and Pamela will highlight the ways that industry, academia, and government can work together to accelerate innovation economy growth.  Her presentation will focus on strategies to support emerging industries such as Big Data, Robotics, and eHealth, and how we can collaborate to help extend economic benefit to all regions and communities in the Commonwealth, through the expansion of high-speed broadband, supporting regional entrepreneurship programs, and boosting training opportunities for the next generation of tech talent.

 

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May 20, 2015

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to be a sponsor of the Smaller Business Association of New England's (SBANE) 2014-2015 Breakfast Series, which provides monthly seminars on various topics. SBANE's May event, "Growing the Innovation Economy in Massachusetts: Staying Competitive by Being Collaborative," was held on May 20, 2015, from 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. at the Westin Hotel in Waltham, MA.

 

SBANE Event Description:

SBANENearly 40% of all jobs in Massachusetts are in the innovation economy, according to research done annually by the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative. The organization’s CEO, Pamela Goldberg, is a former entrepreneur, educator, and now executive of the state economic development agency working to enhance economic growth, accelerate technology use and adoption, and harness the value of research by engaging in meaningful collaborations across academia, industry, and government.
 
The Commonwealth was recently named an “Innovation Champion” by the Consumer Electronics Association and Pamela will highlight the ways that industry, academia, and government can work together to accelerate innovation economy growth.  Her presentation will focus on strategies to support emerging industries such as Big Data, Robotics, and eHealth, and how we can collaborate to help extend economic benefit to all regions and communities in the Commonwealth, through the expansion of high-speed broadband, supporting regional entrepreneurship programs, and boosting training opportunities for the next generation of tech talent.

 

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