The Innovation Firm

When

October 1, 2014
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Where

District Hall
75 Northern Avenue
Boston, MA 02210

How do physical spaces foster innovation?

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to be a sponsor of the MIT Enterprise Forum. The forum's event, "How do Physical Spaces Foster Innovation?," was held on October 1, 2014, from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. in Boston.

MIT Enterprise ForumMIT Event Description:

Whether it’s retail, co-working, maker space labs or residential setups, the future holds many possibilities for reflecting the needs of tomorrow’s creators, workers and residences. This Innovation Series program will feature stories from our speakers on how a conscious spatial design or physical environment contributed to their goals in new ways. We’ll then give lots of time for the audience to ask questions and discuss the future of physical spaces.

 

 

To learn more, please visit the MIT Enterprise Forum website.

 

Speakers

  • David Chang, COO of PayPal Media Network Inc., has said he “designed the office to encourage collaborative thinking.”
  • Jennifer Fremont-Smith, CEO of Krash, is creating a network of shared living spaces where people could gather, share and grow with one another.
  • Nadeem Mazen is co-founder of danger!awesome (an open-access laser cutting studio) and Cambridge City Councillor, who converted his campaign bus into a mobile teaching lab for artists.
  • Andy Miller is Chief Innovation Architect at Constant Contact, and manages the Small Business Innovation Program, an accelerator program designed to support entrepreneurs developing solutions for small businesses.


Moderator

  • Farhan Abbasi, co-Founder of Coalition, a co-working space in downtown Boston, who knows a thing or two about innovating in order to attract great innovators to co-working spaces.
Overview

When

October 1, 2014
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Where

District Hall
75 Northern Avenue
Boston, MA 02210

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to be a sponsor of the MIT Enterprise Forum. The forum's event, "How do Physical Spaces Foster Innovation?," was held on October 1, 2014, from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. in Boston.

MIT Enterprise ForumMIT Event Description:

Whether it’s retail, co-working, maker space labs or residential setups, the future holds many possibilities for reflecting the needs of tomorrow’s creators, workers and residences. This Innovation Series program will feature stories from our speakers on how a conscious spatial design or physical environment contributed to their goals in new ways. We’ll then give lots of time for the audience to ask questions and discuss the future of physical spaces.

 

 

To learn more, please visit the MIT Enterprise Forum website.

 

Presenter Bios

Speakers

  • David Chang, COO of PayPal Media Network Inc., has said he “designed the office to encourage collaborative thinking.”
  • Jennifer Fremont-Smith, CEO of Krash, is creating a network of shared living spaces where people could gather, share and grow with one another.
  • Nadeem Mazen is co-founder of danger!awesome (an open-access laser cutting studio) and Cambridge City Councillor, who converted his campaign bus into a mobile teaching lab for artists.
  • Andy Miller is Chief Innovation Architect at Constant Contact, and manages the Small Business Innovation Program, an accelerator program designed to support entrepreneurs developing solutions for small businesses.


Moderator

  • Farhan Abbasi, co-Founder of Coalition, a co-working space in downtown Boston, who knows a thing or two about innovating in order to attract great innovators to co-working spaces.

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