Boston 2034: Three More Predictions for the Future of Innovation

6/5/14Follow @curtwoodward

We’re less than a week away from Xconomy’s biggest, boldest event yet: Boston 2034, an in-depth exploration of the next 20 years of innovation in New England.

This all-day event features a dynamic program of top-notch speakers discussing what it will take to keep the greater Boston area a leader in software, hardware, energy, education, healthcare, and life sciences—and lessons for innovation clusters everywhere.

It’s all happening Tuesday, June 10, at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. Check out the full agenda, and make sure all of you last-minute thrill-seekers grab a ticket now to get the best rate possible.

As a preview, we’ve been asking some of our speakers to send us quick videos that give a snapshot of what they think the next 20 years of innovation will look like, for Boston and beyond. (See these clips from John Abele, Rob Go, and John Kawola.)

Hopefully, this whets your appetite for the rest of Boston 2034′s program, which features world-class innovators, investors, and entrepreneurs from a wide range of disciplines.

Get your tickets today and we’ll see you June 10.

First up is Jean Hammond, co-founder of edtech nonprofit LearnLaunch:

Next is Maia Heymann, senior managing director of CommonAngels:

And finally, Dipul Patel, CEO of home-energy startup EcoVent:

Curt Woodward is a senior editor for Xconomy based in Boston. Email: cwoodward@xconomy.com Follow @curtwoodward

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