Join your colleagues March 13-15 for EACUBO's 2013 Annual Workshop, Teaming for Success, in Boston, MA as we explore how to achieve success collectively and individually.
This year's workshop will allow you to brainstorm ideas, share challenges, and learn new methods to lead the way in higher education. Along with exciting, thought-provoking key-note speakers, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in 20 concurrent sessions on topics such as:
- Internal audits
- Cost saving solutions
- Tuition discounting
- Tax update
- Energy sustainability
- Risk management
Confirmed General Session Speakers:
Dolores Stafford, President and CEO, D. Stafford & Associates
Shari Harley, Founder and President, Candid Culture
Mass Innovation Nights 48 will be a mega party – the launch of ten new products, the after-party and the fourth anniversary of our launch all rolled into one! This month we're heading into town to the Lansdowne Pub, right near Fenway, on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 6:00 pm.
Check out the new PRODUCTS
VOTE for your favorites to present (Top 4 get to present but everyone gets a demo table)
RSVP to attend (Always free to attend)
See who else is planning to attend
Help SPREAD THE WORD! Blog, Tweet (#MIN48), Like, post video/pictures
Support LOCAL INNOVATION
Put on your NETWORKING hat and join us!
MassTLC's 2013 Annual Meeting: Educate, Attract, Engage: Building Massachusetts' Tech Workforce of the Future. March 12, 2013, 7:30am - 10:30am.
How do we maintain and grow a vibrant tech workforce in Massachusetts? Explore the answers to this question at the 2013 MassTLC Annual Meeting, where we will focus on initiatives and strategies for educating, attracting and engaging talent in the region.
Speakers and topics include:
Governor Deval Patrick: Workforce initiatives geared toward building the tech sector pipeline
Senior Corporate Leaders: Insights on how to build a great team
Thought Leaders: The role culture plays in attracting and retaining talent
Additional speakers will be announced shortly.
Massachusetts Business Climate Summit: Growing and competing for jobs in 2013. February 15, 2013, 7:30AM - 10:30AM.
Is Massachusetts on the rise or leveling off as an economic center? Join the Boston Business Journal and the State House News Service for two lively panel discussions.
The Massachusetts Business Climate Summit, brought to you by the Boston Business Journal and the State House News Service, will explore steps to make Massachusetts a more competitive place to do business. The capacity of Massachusetts to attract, retain and incubate businesses is widely seen as more important than ever — but rarely scrutinized in depth. The Massachusetts Business Climate will gather business and political leaders to pose the question: How do we make the Commonwealth a better, more inviting place to do business? For the first time, we will bring together the people who are actually growing the jobs and those who are in charge of paving the way for more business growth.
Panel 1: Fast-growth company CEOs weigh in on the business climate: Should they grow here or elsewhere?
Panel 2: Reregulating Massachusetts for business growth — how does the commonwealth become a better partner for business?
Plus: Introducing the Boston Business Journal Job-Grower Award program: Honoring three companies that have a strong track record of growing jobs in Massachusetts over the past three years.
The Annual Meeting is one of the most widely recognized pan-science events, with networking opportunities and broad global media coverage. An exceptional array of speakers will gather at the 2013 AAAS Annual Meeting from 14-18 February in Boston, Massachusetts.
The Beauty and Benefits of Science meeting theme highlights the “unreasonable effectiveness” of the scientific enterprise in creating economic growth, solving societal problems, and satisfying the essential human drive to understand the world in which we live.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) will welcome thousands from the scientific community and hundreds of members of national and international media to participate in seminars, plenary and topical lectures, and over 150 symposia.
Good boards constantly assess risk and make plans to reduce and manage risk. But sometimes unexpected—often unexpectable—events occur, including fraud, forensic accounting, foreign corrupt practices, and natural disaster. How do you handle a crisis so big that it threatens the company’s strategy or even its survival? How can you prepare in advance to make the best of a bad situation? We will hear some best practices from expert crisis consultant Lissa Perlman, of Kekst & Co., then discuss real life situations with a panel of sitting directors.
About our Panel:
Lissa Perlman is a Partner of Kekst and Company and a member of its Operations Committee. She has assisted some of the largest companies around the globe in managing unexpected events and has developed best practices for immediate and long-term crisis management.
John Nugent is a Director at the Entrepreneurial Resources Group (ERG) and works extensively with operational improvement opportunities at TSG Equity Partners portfolio companies, serving on the Boards of two portfolio companies (SolarOne Solutions and Progression Systems Inc.). John is a veteran of the Lighting, Electronic Components, Energy and Federal Systems business sectors and has served on the Boards of a Massachusetts based recycling company (CRS) and an on line distributor of Lighting products (Bulbs.com).
John Schepter most recently served as President & CEO of Imperial Sugar Company. At the beginning of his five year tenure, the company experienced a tragic dust explosion at its largest sugar refinery in Savannah, Georgia. Mr. Sheptor was in the factory that evening and led initial emergency response actions. Once the fire and police departments arrived at the factory, he transitioned to lead the company's crisis response. Mr. Sheptor's crisis management experience includes emergency responder interface, public communications, product recall, legal actions, insurance recovery and strategy transition.
The DealMakers Breakfast series is the signature ACG Boston event series, where M&A professionals come to hear industry experts share their outlook, opinions, successes and failures. A breakfast combining networking and content that brings together 100+ dealmakers in downtown Boston allowing them to connect on a monthly basis in the same place, at the same time. This event is for ACG members, and invitation-only for non-members who are actively involved in M&A deal transactions. Members, please sign in to register below. Members can bring a qualified guest at the member rate anytime.
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Join the Boston Business Journal for its annual Best Green Practices event on April 12, 2013, 7:30am - 10:30am.
The BBJ looks at ways companies are evolving in the green space, from construction, to reducing carbon footprint, to sustainability. Our event includes an awards platform recognizing the companies on the forefront of the latest innovations in this area.
Please join the Boston Business Journal at the 2nd annual luncheon as we honor the Most Admired Companies, CEOs & Brands.
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Don't miss one of the biggest networking events in Boston! Join Boston Business Journal, our sponsors and over 1,000 top executives from the companies featured in our Book of Lists at the Museum of Fine Arts for the 2013 Book of Lists Gala.
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