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    • 19 Nov 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA
    Register

    Are you trying to launch or grow a startup business?

    Do you need money but just can’t find it?

    Not ready for angels or VC investors? Or already turned down?

    Need to build your company and need money to do it – but how to do that?

    This panel will address these questions and help you understand:

    • How to build your company from nothing to something.
    • How to do it without VC or angel money.
    • How to get non-investor first funding and further cash equivalents

    This panel will focus on getting initial money from non-traditional sources when VCs and angels will not help, and friends and family are tapped out. The panelists will speak from experience to show you how they have used SBIRs and governmental grants, strategic partnering and customer-funded development.

    Investors want to see something before they invest. Yet it takes money to make your company into something to interest investors. It is a catch-22. This panel offers techniques to show you how to break out of that conundrum - to take your company from nothing to something, and to do so without VC or angel funding.

    Agenda:

    6:00-7:00 PM - Registration & Networking

    7:00-7:10 PM - ENET Chairman's Announcements

    7:10-7:25 PM - eMinute PITCH - up to 3 startups give a 90-second elevator pitch

    7:25-8:15 PM - Expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:15-8:30 PM - Audience / Speakers Q & A

    8:30-9:00 PM - Final networking, including meeting speakers

    A question and answer session follow the presentation, and panelists will be available afterward for responses to individual questions.  As with every ENET meeting, you will also get the chance to network with the panelists and other meeting attendees, both before the start of the meeting and afterward.

    Speakers:

    Nancy Briefs,  Co-Founder & CEO of AltrixBio  https://altrixbio.com   Life Science Executive,  Serial Entrepreneur – 7 Start-Ups,  Independent Bod Member.  She is a  strategic business leader with extensive experience creating value, driving strategy and launching product commercialization in diverse life science companies. Deep general management and fundraising expertise having raised over $500 M in equity including IPO. Innovative, collaborative and entrepreneurial, strong communicator and tenacious.  Trusted advisor and mentor to founders and boards. Energized by turning innovation into commercial reality, working with creative scientists, and communicating value to partners and investors.  Extensive regulatory experience with FDA and notified bodies. Ms. Briefs is an inventor on 7 issued US Patents. In addition to serving on numerous corporate boards, she is affiliated with TMA Accelerator Brigham & Women’s Hospital (BWH), MassBio Advisory Board, The Connors Center for Women’s Health Advisory Board, BWH, Reviewer for the MLSC’s Milestone Achievement Program, Coach, MLCS’s MassNextGen Initiative, EY Entrepreneur of the Year.

    Stacy Swider, Director, SBIR Center of Excellence at UMass Lowell Research Institute

    The UMass Small Business Innovation Research Center of Excellence offers coaching and other support for small companies as they prepare SBIR/STTR proposals and execute their programs. We can connect Teams to potential research partners in the UMass system, as well as corporate partners such as Primes and investors. Also presently offering a 50/50 matching grant to SBIR companies doing at least 10% DoD business. Stacy has over 25 years experience in startups and broader industry. She successfully commercialized a novel gamma sensor through the SBIR process - - from initial proposal to pilot production.

    John Toomey, CEO of Celeriss, Inc, an innovative broadband solution company and a Senior Executive at Edge Velocity Corporation, a leader in secure intelligent networks both on a fractional basis.   John is a Business Advisor, Executive Coach and C-Level Fractional Executive.  www.JEToomey.com  Previously,  he was CEO of Visible Inventory, Inc a startup company using sensor based technology to manage and control inventory. In a turnaround situation the company raised the funding and reengineered the products for the targeted markets. Visible Inventory was sold to its largest customer and now has a large installed base of it products. John was also one of three founding shareholders of White Mountain DSP, Inc. a technology startup taken to a mature company and subsequently being acquired by Analog Devices, Inc. John has held senior management positions at Warren Power Systems, Inc, GCA Corporation and Baird Corporation, all technology based companies.  John holds a BSBA majoring in Accounting from University of Massachusetts and an MBA concentrating in Management and International Business from Southern New Hampshire University.

    LinkedIn:   http://www.linkedin.com/in/johnetoomey/

    Twitter:  @JohnToomey52

    Email: John@JEToomey.com


    Moderator:

    Robert Adelson, business and tax attorney, partner @ Engel & Schultz LLP (Boston) and Chair Emeritus @ Boston Entrepreneurs’ Network (ENET).  

    Rob has been an attorney for over 30 years specialized in business, tax, stock and options, employment, contracts, financing, trademarks and intellectual property.  Rob began as an associate at major New York City law firms before returning home to Boston in 1985 where he has since been a partner in small and medium sized firms before joining his present firm in 2004.  Rob represents entrepreneurs, start-ups and small companies, independent contractors and employees and executives. Rob is a frequent speaker on business law topics and author of numerous articles published in Boston Business Journal, Mass High Tech and other publications. He has been named among the “Top 20 Boston Startup Lawyers” by ChubbyBrain.com, a website that provides tools for entrepreneurs. Rob has been on the ENET Board since 2002, was Vice Chair 2005-2009, and ENET Chairman 2009-2019.  He was also a Co-Founder and Board member of the 128 Innovation Capital Group (2004 -2015). In 2016, he received the IEEE USA Professional Achievement award for “extreme dedication to the entrepreneurship community.” He holds degrees from Boston University, B.A., summa cum laude, Northwestern University (Chicago), J.D., Law Review, and New York University, LL.M. in Taxation. His website - www.ExecutiveEmploymentAttorney.com

    Organizer:

    Dan Skiba, President & CEO GOT Interface, Vice-Chair Boston ENET

    As a Product Development Company Executive, I provide strategic leadership in product innovation and managing global teams, delivering award-winning products to the international market.  My ability to problem solve, direct the entire product development lifecycle and gain commitment to a common goal have driven faster release of products and market penetration.  By building synergies across all Product Life Cycle disciplines, We have delivered products that result in 100% product utilization and seamless integration into customer environments. My skills in optimizing international resources have significantly reduced costs and streamlined production, delivering product excellence.

    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    LOCATION: Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA 02139. The address is One Hampshire St but the entrance is actually on Broadway. Attendees must arrive at Draper Labs before 7pm. Entrance will be locked after 7pm.

    PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Kendall stop on the Red Line.

    REFRESHMENTS: Pizza, salad and soft drinks will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: ENET meetings are free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.

    • 03 Dec 2019
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Constant Contact, Inc., Reservoir Place, 3rd Floor Great Room, 1601 Trapelo Rd., Waltham, MA
    Register

    There will be a pre-meeting dinner at Bertucci’s, located at 475 Winter Street, Waltham, MA 02451!  Please join us for this self-pay networking dinner!

    ENET's panel of legal experts will discuss fundamental legal issues that founders and executives of early stage companies must address to insure vital protections and the building of value.  These issues are compounded by changes in technology, commerce, and the law.

    • What is the preferred form of entity and where should it be established?
    • What is the preferred method to protect the company's Intellectual Property by use of various forms of patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secrets, either alone or in combination?
    • How should founders' equity be apportioned through stock options and what restrictions should apply?
    • What compensation and benefits should be included in employee agreements including consideration of Non - Disclosure Agreements, the changing environment for Non - Compete Agreements, as well as Assignment of Invention Agreements?

    These issues and their benefits and pitfalls will be discussed and presented with you, the business professional, in mind.

    Agenda:

    6:30-7:30 PM - Registration & networking

    7:30-7:40 PM - ENET Chairman's announcements

    7:40-7:55 PM - eMinute - Up to 3 Startup companies’ presentations

    7:55-8:45 PM - 3 expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:45-9:00 PM - Audience / Speakers Q & A

    900-930 PM - Final networking includes meeting presenting speakers

    A question and answer session follow the presentation, and panelists will be available afterwards for responses to individual questions. As with every ENET meeting you will also get the chance to network with the panelists and other meeting attendees, both before the start of the meeting and afterwards.

    Speakers:

    J. Peter Fasse, Principal at Fish & Richardson P.C.

    Peter Fasse is a Principal in the Boston office of Fish & Richardson, and has been working at Fish since 1987. Peter has two B.S. degrees from MIT, in Life Sciences and Bioelectrical Engineering. His practice emphasizes client counseling, opinion work, and patent prosecution in a wide variety of technologies, with an emphasis on healthcare, medical devices, and other biomedical fields plus various “green” technologies. Peter helps clients from start-ups to multinationals to develop competitive worldwide patent strategies and to establish solid and defensible patent portfolios. He performs competitive patent analyses, identifies third-party patent risks, and provides patentability and freedom-to-operate opinions. Peter also has experience in opposing and defending patents before the European Patent Office and in U.S. litigation and post-grant proceedings. Peter has experience in various fields including medical therapeutics, diagnostics, devices, imaging, microfluidic systems, RNAi and CRISPR therapeutics, dendritic cell- and DNA- based vaccines, liquid biopsy, engineered AAV systems, next generation sequence analysis, cell culturing and bioprocessing, nanoparticle and vector-based delivery, wind and solar power, optics, and lasers.


    Kraig Hitchcock, Gesmer Updegrove LLP

    Kraig Hitchcock is a corporate attorney with significant experience representing emerging and established companies.  He obtained a B.A. in History in 1996 from Boston College and a J.D. from Boston College Law School in 2002 and he is admitted into the courts of Massachusetts.  Kraig advises clients on matters ranging from corporate governance, equity and debt financings, mergers & acquisitions and general corporate matters.  He strives to ensure that every client gets sound advice and practical solutions to the complex decisions they face.  Clients turn to Kraig for counsel on shareholder and capitalization matters, equity compensation, financings, employment contracts, corporate governance and customer and vendor agreements.  He frequently advises clients on sales and purchases of businesses and minority investment transactions.  Prior to joining Gesmer Updegrove, Kraig was a corporate associate at Ropes & Gray LLP in Boston, where his practice focused on corporate transactions, financings, securities work and general corporate matters.


    Shawn Foley, Of Counsel, Burns & Levinson

    With more than 30 years of experience in the field, Shawn Foley brings refined legal and advocacy skills and technical versatility. His approach to patent procurement is practical, cost effective, distinctly business-oriented and personable. Prior to joining Burns & Levinson, Shawn played an integral role in developing his previous firm’s practice in life sciences and pharmaceuticals. A wide spectrum of clients with diverse technologies and business needs have sought his counsel, including major pharmaceutical and personal care companies, medium-sized brand and generic drug companies, start-ups, universities, and entrepreneurs, both in the U.S. and abroad. Shawn began his career as an examiner with the U.S. Patent Office, where he reviewed patent applications during the emergence of the biotechnology field. After an initial 2-year stint with a leading Southeastern IP firm, he gained valuable corporate experience as counsel for a leading diversified chemical company where he worked on a daily basis with management and scientists in both pharmaceuticals and in Ag-Bio. Since joining Burns & Levinson, Shawn has focused on immunotherapy including traditional small molecule-based approaches and more contemporary biological approaches such as CAR-T therapy.  Thus, Shawn has experienced many different aspects of the patent system. Shawn is admitted in Massachusetts, New Jersey and North Carolina Bars.

    Moderator and Speaker:

    Bob Weber, Managing Director, Patent Kinetics, LLC

    Bob Weber is an intellectual property professional, inventor, serial entrepreneur, senior executive, and management consultant. Presently, he is Managing Director, Patent Kinetics, LLC, a company that helps entrepreneurs and patent owners build and monetize valuable patent portfolios. Weber is an inventor with 28 issued US patents and a number of foreign counterparts assigned to Intertrust Technologies where he served as SVP Business and Technology Strategy, 1996-1999.  The Intertrust portfolio was characterized in the Wall Street Journal as a “once in a generation billion-dollar licensing opportunity.”  Weber has also been a Principal Consultant at Northeast Consulting Resources, Inc.  At NCRI, his consulting practice focused on strategies for information creation, access and distribution; clients included Fortune 50 companies.  Weber divides his time between Silicon Valley and Boston.  He served on the Advisory Board of the IEEE Boston Entrepreneurs Network (“ENET”) at various times between 2004 until June, 2019.  Weber has been a member of the Silicon Valley Chapter of the Licensing Executives Society since 2010 and presently serves on the chapter’s Board of Directors and Program Committee.  Weber also served on the organizing committee for the ConnectedThings2015 and ConnectedThings2016 IoT conferences produced by the MIT Enterprise Forum.

    Co-Meeting Organizers:

    William R. Byrnes

    Bill's legal practice assists entrepreneurial companies with the legal issues they face with a focus on day-to-day commercial issues involving customers, vendors, and other third-party relationships.  Bill received his undergraduate degree in English Literature and Creative Writing from Boston University, a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School, and a L.L.M. degree in Taxation from Boston University Law School, Graduate Tax Program.  He is also a Boston Entrepreneurs' Network board member.

    William Mansfield, Secretary Of Boston ENET

    Attorney Mansfield is a patent attorney and is a lawyer in MA & NY; high bar exam scores allowed him to waive into the D.C. Circuit.  He won the CALI Award for perfect grades in an IP course, and he has passed the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam covering all types of engineering.  He assists clients with corporate and intellectual property law using trademarks, trade dress, copyrights, licensing, patents, trade secret protection, strategic partnerships, and succession planning.

    From 2004, he has worked on legal matters & he has counseled entrepreneurs/startups since 2009 thru Mansfield Law.  He has worked on patent prosecution, especially business method, business process, electrical, mechanical, telecommunications, and e-commerce patents.  He has filed for global IP protection and has a network of foreign IP professionals.

    E-Minute Presentations will be given at the start of the meeting. These very short presentations enable young startup entrepreneurs to gain experience in presenting their summary business plans to expert panels and audiences.

    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    LOCATION:Constant Contact is adjacent to RT 128 / 95 at Exit 28B. See: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp

    REFRESHMENTS: Cheese, crackers, chips, cookies, soft drinks & juice will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the pre-meeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PRE-MEETING DINNER:Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Bertucci’s in Waltham before the start of this meeting. Dinner at 5:15 sharp. No reservations required for the pre-meeting dinner.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.

    • 17 Dec 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA
    Register

    As a Start-Up, it great to have a singular goal.  It is not a good idea for a single mindset.  The goal is what every team member needs to focus on, having different perspectives to implement the company’s product or service, speed development and create a more robust company.   Having a diverse team increases innovation, productivity, performance, and reduces fear.  The more diverse your workforce becomes, the larger your talent pool becomes, the larger your company network becomes.  At the end of the day. Everything above makes it easier to conduct business. All while setting your company up for global success.

    Our panel consists of; a practitioner who will enlighten us on the benefits of diversity and real-life examples of its benefits, a Diversity and Inclusion consultant to help us understand how to implement diversity in the workplace, an award-winning attorney to tell about personal diversity success stories and how we might think of diversity from a legal perspective, and a business psychologist and business consultant to educate us on how people make decisions and the personal effects of diversity.

    Agenda:

    6:00-7:00 PM - Registration & Networking

    7:00-7:10 PM - ENET Chairman's Announcements

    7:10-7:25 PM - eMinute PITCH - up to 3 startups give a 90-second elevator pitch

    7:25-8:15 PM - Expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:15-8:30 PM - Q & A

    8:30-9:00 PM - Final networking, including meeting speakers


    Panel:

    Julia Bonarrigo

    Global Senior Manager, Diversity, Inclusion & Corporate Social Responsibility, Akamai Technology

    Julia is a strategically-minded, operations-savvy people leader focused on making the technology industry more inclusive and more diverse.

    Expertise in: Execution of Diversity & Inclusion strategies and initiatives, design and delivery of custom talent acquisition and recruitment programs, employee engagement, corporate citizenship, project management, communications, training, change management, event management, creative thinking, and operating in a matrixed environment.
     


    Gwendolyn McCoy, MBA

    Senior Consultant at Diversity@Workplace Consulting Group | Principal at MS Creative Group/Make Scents Floral Design

    Gwendolyn’s talents include; diversity, inclusion, training and facilitation, public speaker, panelist, instructional design, technical writing, web design, program/project/event/talent management, marketing, business start-up, floral design. Before joining Diversity@Workplace, Gwendolyn was Enterprise Inclusion Leader - Corporate Diversity and Inclusion at Blue Cross Blue Shield, and a Dell Specialist and Web Master at Perot Systems.


    Macey Russell

    Partner, Complex Trial and Appellate Group

    Partner in Complex Trial and Appellate group at Choate with over 30 years of experience advising Fortune 500 corporations and businesses in corporate and litigation matters from consumer class action lawsuits, equity, and debt investments, commercial and real estate finance, environmental, labor and employment, and commercial disputes. Mr. Russell is also listed in Best Lawyers in America.

    .Experienced and trusted leader appointed by Governor of Massachusetts to Chair the Commonwealth's Judicial Nominating Commission responsible for recommending judges at all levels, including the Supreme Judicial Court.

    Experienced business leader appointed by the Treasurer of the Commonwealth to Chair a Task Force charged with recommending changes to the 1933 laws governing the marketing and sale of alcoholic beverages with a focus economic development and public safety. See https://www.mass.gov/news/alcohol-task-force-releases-final-report

    Experienced and recognized national diversity and inclusion thought leader relating to diversity in corporate law firms and law departments. The Burton Foundation and Library of Congress honored Mr. Russell with a 2011 Burton Award for excellence in legal writing for his co-authored article Developing Great Minority Lawyers for the Next Generation. He has authored seven and lead author on four published articles on diversity and inclusion in the legal profession for the Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession, Association of Corporate Counsel Magazine, Defense Research Institute, and Practicing Law Institute. He has made over 30 presentations and lectures on diversity and inclusion, including diversity symposiums at the corporate headquarters for Bank of America, Starbucks, Procter and Gamble, HSBC, Vertex Pharmaceutics, and AT&T, and SIFMA, Securities Industry, and Financial Markets Association.


    Camille Preston, Ph.D., PCC

    Business Psychologist, Leadership Expert, Author, Executive Coach

    Dr. Camille Preston is the founder and CEO of AIM Leadership. Camille founded AIM leadership to help individuals, teams, and organizations accelerate business results by optimizing their human capital. A psychologist by training, Camille’s past and present clients include Fortune 500 companies, government and military organizations, hospitals, and nonprofits. A recognized thought leader on virtual effectiveness, Camille is also a sought-after speaker and the author of two books: Rewired and Create More Flow. Camille holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Virginia and advanced training in leadership from Georgetown University.


    Co-Organizer and Moderator:

    Dan Skiba, President & CEO GOT Interface, Vice-Chair Boston ENET

    As a Product Development Company Executive, I provide strategic leadership in product innovation and managing global teams, delivering award-winning products to the international market.  My ability to problem solve, direct the entire product development lifecycle and gain commitment to a common goal have driven faster release of products and market penetration.  By building synergies across all Product Life Cycle disciplines, we have delivered products that result in 100% product utilization and seamless integration into customer environments. My skills in optimizing international resources have significantly reduced costs and streamlined production, delivering product excellence.


    Robert Adelson, business and tax attorney, partner @ Engel & Schultz LLP (Boston) and Chair Emeritus @ Boston Entrepreneurs’ Network (ENET). 

    Rob has been an attorney for over 30 years specialized in business, tax, stock and options, employment, contracts, financing, trademarks and intellectual property.  Rob began as an associate at major New York City law firms before returning home to Boston in 1985 where he has since been a partner in small and medium sized firms before joining his present firm in 2004.  Rob represents entrepreneurs, start-ups and small companies, independent contractors and employees and executives. Rob is a frequent speaker on business law topics and author of numerous articles published in Boston Business Journal, Mass High Tech and other publications. He has been named among the “Top 20 Boston Startup Lawyers” by ChubbyBrain.com, a website that provides tools for entrepreneurs. Rob has been on the ENET Board since 2002, was Vice Chair 2005-2009, and ENET Chairman 2009-2019.  He was also a Co-Founder and Board member of the 128 Innovation Capital Group (2004 -2015). In 2016, he received the IEEE USA Professional Achievement award for “extreme dedication to the entrepreneurship community.” He holds degrees from Boston University, B.A., summa cum laude, Northwestern University (Chicago), J.D., Law Review, and New York University, LL.M. in Taxation. His website - www.ExecutiveEmploymentAttorney.com


    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    Reservations: Please register at https://boston-enet.org/event-3461308/Registration

    This ENET meeting is free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in and order refreshments for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Kendall stop on the Red Line.

    LOCATION: Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA 02139. The address is One Hampshire St but the entrance is actually on Broadway. Attendees must arrive at Draper Labs before 7pm. Entrance will be locked after 7pm.

    REFRESHMENTS: Pizza, salad and soft drinks will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: ENET meetings are free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PARKING: Parking Near Draper - Kendall Center Blue, Yellow, and Green Parking Garages. Metered parking is often available after 6pm.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.

     



    • 07 Jan 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803
    Register

    Please note that this meeting will be held at MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803

    Pre-Meeting dinner will be held at Not Your Average Joe's, 4C Wayside Rd, Burlington, MA

    Detailed Information for this meeting will be posted shortly.


    Agenda:

    6:30-7:30 PM - Registration & networking

    7:30-7:40 PM - ENET Chairman's announcements

    7:40-7:55 PM - eMinute - Up to 3 Startup companies’ presentations

    7:55-8:45 PM - 3 expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:45-9:00 PM - Audience / Speakers Q & A

    900-930 PM - Final networking includes meeting presenting speakers

    A question and answer session follow the presentation, and panelists will be available afterwards for responses to individual questions. As with every ENET meeting you will also get the chance to network with the panelists and other meeting attendees, both before the start of the meeting and afterwards.


    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    LOCATION: MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803

    REFRESHMENTS: Cheese, crackers, chips, cookies, soft drinks & juice will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: Meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the pre-meeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PRE-MEETING DINNER: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Not Your Average Joe's, 4C Wayside Rd, Burlington, MA before the start of this meeting. Dinner at 5:15 sharp. No reservations required for the pre-meeting dinner.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.


    • 21 Jan 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA
    Register

    Detailed Information for this meeting will be posted shortly.


    Agenda:

    6:00-7:00 PM - Registration & Networking

    7:00-7:10 PM - ENET Chairman's Announcements

    7:10-7:25 PM - eMinute PITCH - up to 3 startups give a 90-second elevator pitch

    7:25-8:15 PM - Expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:15-8:30 PM - Q & A

    8:30-9:00 PM - Final networking, including meeting speakers


    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Kendall stop on the Red Line.

    LOCATION: Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA 02139. The address is One Hampshire St but the entrance is actually on Broadway. Attendees must arrive at Draper Labs before 7pm. Entrance will be locked after 7pm.

    REFRESHMENTS: Pizza, salad and soft drinks will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: ENET meetings are free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PARKING: Parking Near Draper - Kendall Center Blue, Yellow, and Green Parking Garages. Metered parking is often available after 6pm.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.

     



    • 04 Feb 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803
    Register

    Please note that this meeting will be held at MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803

    Pre-Meeting dinner will be held at Not Your Average Joe's, 4C Wayside Rd, Burlington, MA

    Detailed Information for this meeting will be posted shortly.


    Agenda:

    6:30-7:30 PM - Registration & networking

    7:30-7:40 PM - ENET Chairman's announcements

    7:40-7:55 PM - eMinute - Up to 3 Startup companies’ presentations

    7:55-8:45 PM - 3 expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:45-9:00 PM - Audience / Speakers Q & A

    900-930 PM - Final networking includes meeting presenting speakers

    A question and answer session follow the presentation, and panelists will be available afterwards for responses to individual questions. As with every ENET meeting you will also get the chance to network with the panelists and other meeting attendees, both before the start of the meeting and afterwards.


    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    LOCATION: MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803

    REFRESHMENTS: Cheese, crackers, chips, cookies, soft drinks & juice will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: Meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the pre-meeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PRE-MEETING DINNER: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Not Your Average Joe's, 4C Wayside Rd, Burlington, MA before the start of this meeting. Dinner at 5:15 sharp. No reservations required for the pre-meeting dinner.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.


    • 18 Feb 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA
    Register

    Detailed Information for this meeting will be posted shortly.


    Agenda:

    6:00-7:00 PM - Registration & Networking

    7:00-7:10 PM - ENET Chairman's Announcements

    7:10-7:25 PM - eMinute PITCH - up to 3 startups give a 90-second elevator pitch

    7:25-8:15 PM - Expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:15-8:30 PM - Q & A

    8:30-9:00 PM - Final networking, including meeting speakers


    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Kendall stop on the Red Line.

    LOCATION: Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA 02139. The address is One Hampshire St but the entrance is actually on Broadway. Attendees must arrive at Draper Labs before 7pm. Entrance will be locked after 7pm.

    REFRESHMENTS: Pizza, salad and soft drinks will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: ENET meetings are free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PARKING: Parking Near Draper - Kendall Center Blue, Yellow, and Green Parking Garages. Metered parking is often available after 6pm.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.

     



    • 03 Mar 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803
    Register

    Please note that this meeting will be held at MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803

    Pre-Meeting dinner will be held at Not Your Average Joe's, 4C Wayside Rd, Burlington, MA

    Detailed Information for this meeting will be posted shortly.


    Agenda:

    6:30-7:30 PM - Registration & networking

    7:30-7:40 PM - ENET Chairman's announcements

    7:40-7:55 PM - eMinute - Up to 3 Startup companies’ presentations

    7:55-8:45 PM - 3 expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:45-9:00 PM - Audience / Speakers Q & A

    900-930 PM - Final networking includes meeting presenting speakers

    A question and answer session follow the presentation, and panelists will be available afterwards for responses to individual questions. As with every ENET meeting you will also get the chance to network with the panelists and other meeting attendees, both before the start of the meeting and afterwards.


    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    LOCATION: MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803

    REFRESHMENTS: Cheese, crackers, chips, cookies, soft drinks & juice will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: Meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the pre-meeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PRE-MEETING DINNER: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Not Your Average Joe's, 4C Wayside Rd, Burlington, MA before the start of this meeting. Dinner at 5:15 sharp. No reservations required for the pre-meeting dinner.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.


    • 17 Mar 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA
    Register

    Detailed Information for this meeting will be posted shortly.


    Agenda:

    6:00-7:00 PM - Registration & Networking

    7:00-7:10 PM - ENET Chairman's Announcements

    7:10-7:25 PM - eMinute PITCH - up to 3 startups give a 90-second elevator pitch

    7:25-8:15 PM - Expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:15-8:30 PM - Q & A

    8:30-9:00 PM - Final networking, including meeting speakers


    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Kendall stop on the Red Line.

    LOCATION: Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA 02139. The address is One Hampshire St but the entrance is actually on Broadway. Attendees must arrive at Draper Labs before 7pm. Entrance will be locked after 7pm.

    REFRESHMENTS: Pizza, salad and soft drinks will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: ENET meetings are free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PARKING: Parking Near Draper - Kendall Center Blue, Yellow, and Green Parking Garages. Metered parking is often available after 6pm.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.

     



    • 07 Apr 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803
    Register

    Please note that this meeting will be held at MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803

    Pre-Meeting dinner will be held at Not Your Average Joe's, 4C Wayside Rd, Burlington, MA

    Detailed Information for this meeting will be posted shortly.


    Agenda:

    6:30-7:30 PM - Registration & networking

    7:30-7:40 PM - ENET Chairman's announcements

    7:40-7:55 PM - eMinute - Up to 3 Startup companies’ presentations

    7:55-8:45 PM - 3 expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:45-9:00 PM - Audience / Speakers Q & A

    900-930 PM - Final networking includes meeting presenting speakers

    A question and answer session follow the presentation, and panelists will be available afterwards for responses to individual questions. As with every ENET meeting you will also get the chance to network with the panelists and other meeting attendees, both before the start of the meeting and afterwards.


    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    LOCATION: MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803

    REFRESHMENTS: Cheese, crackers, chips, cookies, soft drinks & juice will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: Meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the pre-meeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PRE-MEETING DINNER: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Not Your Average Joe's, 4C Wayside Rd, Burlington, MA before the start of this meeting. Dinner at 5:15 sharp. No reservations required for the pre-meeting dinner.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.


    • 21 Apr 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA
    Register

    Detailed Information for this meeting will be posted shortly.


    Agenda:

    6:00-7:00 PM - Registration & Networking

    7:00-7:10 PM - ENET Chairman's Announcements

    7:10-7:25 PM - eMinute PITCH - up to 3 startups give a 90-second elevator pitch

    7:25-8:15 PM - Expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:15-8:30 PM - Q & A

    8:30-9:00 PM - Final networking, including meeting speakers


    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Kendall stop on the Red Line.

    LOCATION: Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA 02139. The address is One Hampshire St but the entrance is actually on Broadway. Attendees must arrive at Draper Labs before 7pm. Entrance will be locked after 7pm.

    REFRESHMENTS: Pizza, salad and soft drinks will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: ENET meetings are free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PARKING: Parking Near Draper - Kendall Center Blue, Yellow, and Green Parking Garages. Metered parking is often available after 6pm.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.

     



    • 05 May 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803
    Register

    Please note that this meeting will be held at MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803

    Pre-Meeting dinner will be held at Not Your Average Joe's, 4C Wayside Rd, Burlington, MA

    Detailed Information for this meeting will be posted shortly.


    Agenda:

    6:30-7:30 PM - Registration & networking

    7:30-7:40 PM - ENET Chairman's announcements

    7:40-7:55 PM - eMinute - Up to 3 Startup companies’ presentations

    7:55-8:45 PM - 3 expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:45-9:00 PM - Audience / Speakers Q & A

    900-930 PM - Final networking includes meeting presenting speakers

    A question and answer session follow the presentation, and panelists will be available afterwards for responses to individual questions. As with every ENET meeting you will also get the chance to network with the panelists and other meeting attendees, both before the start of the meeting and afterwards.


    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    LOCATION: MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803

    REFRESHMENTS: Cheese, crackers, chips, cookies, soft drinks & juice will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: Meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the pre-meeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PRE-MEETING DINNER: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Not Your Average Joe's, 4C Wayside Rd, Burlington, MA before the start of this meeting. Dinner at 5:15 sharp. No reservations required for the pre-meeting dinner.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.


    • 19 May 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA
    Register

    Detailed Information for this meeting will be posted shortly.


    Agenda:

    6:00-7:00 PM - Registration & Networking

    7:00-7:10 PM - ENET Chairman's Announcements

    7:10-7:25 PM - eMinute PITCH - up to 3 startups give a 90-second elevator pitch

    7:25-8:15 PM - Expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:15-8:30 PM - Q & A

    8:30-9:00 PM - Final networking, including meeting speakers


    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Kendall stop on the Red Line.

    LOCATION: Draper, Hill Building, One Hampshire St. Cambridge, MA 02139. The address is One Hampshire St but the entrance is actually on Broadway. Attendees must arrive at Draper Labs before 7pm. Entrance will be locked after 7pm.

    REFRESHMENTS: Pizza, salad and soft drinks will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: ENET meetings are free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PARKING: Parking Near Draper - Kendall Center Blue, Yellow, and Green Parking Garages. Metered parking is often available after 6pm.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.

     



    • 02 Jun 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803
    Register

    Please note that this meeting will be held at MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803

    Pre-Meeting dinner will be held at Not Your Average Joe's, 4C Wayside Rd, Burlington, MA

    Detailed Information for this meeting will be posted shortly.


    Agenda:

    6:30-7:30 PM - Registration & networking

    7:30-7:40 PM - ENET Chairman's announcements

    7:40-7:55 PM - eMinute - Up to 3 Startup companies’ presentations

    7:55-8:45 PM - 3 expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:45-9:00 PM - Audience / Speakers Q & A

    900-930 PM - Final networking includes meeting presenting speakers

    A question and answer session follow the presentation, and panelists will be available afterwards for responses to individual questions. As with every ENET meeting you will also get the chance to network with the panelists and other meeting attendees, both before the start of the meeting and afterwards.


    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    LOCATION: MTC, Burlington Microsoft Technology Center, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803

    REFRESHMENTS: Cheese, crackers, chips, cookies, soft drinks & juice will be served at this meeting.

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: Meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the pre-meeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    PRE-MEETING DINNER: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Not Your Average Joe's, 4C Wayside Rd, Burlington, MA before the start of this meeting. Dinner at 5:15 sharp. No reservations required for the pre-meeting dinner.

    REFUND POLICY: If you cancel your registration before the event, ENET will refund your registration fee in the form of a credit towards a future ENET event.


    • 16 Jul 2020
    • 6:45 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA
    Registration is closed

    Detailed Information for this meeting will be posted shortly.