The BC Technology Council
The Boston College Technology Council was established in 2001 by University Trustee Peter W. Bell '86 and Daniel J. Nova '83. They served as co-chairs for five years before David A. Donatelli '87 and John S. Gallant '79 were appointed co-chairs of the East Coast Chapter in 2006. A West Coast Chapter was established in 2003 under the leadership of University Trustee William S. McKiernan '78, who has served as chair since its inception.
Sponsored by the BC East Coast Technology Council
Thursday, Mar. 27, 6–9 p.m.
Cambridge Innovation Center, One Broadway, 5th Floor, Cambridge, Mass.
The Boston College East Coast Technology Council is offering BC alumni an opportunity to view the entrepreneurial culture fostered by the Mass Bay Innovation Alliance (MBIA). MBIA is a joint-initiative of Mass Challenge, the Mass Technology Leadership Council, and Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC).
Attendees will receive an overview of the MBIA and its role in the local Massachusetts innovation ecosystem, hear from startup companies about their experiences, and the first fifty registrants will tour the Cambridge Innovation Center—the world's largest co-working facility for startups.
MBIA's mission is to connect innovation players worldwide to the Massachusetts innovation ecosystem.
6–7 p.m. Venture Café Networking and Cocktails
6:30–7 p.m. Tour of Cambridge Innovation Center (Tour is limited to 50 people. Email email@example.com to participate.)
7–9 p.m. Program Begins: Featured Speakers