We are less than two weeks away from Boston 2035, and we’re excited to announce that we have a block of 25 complimentary startup tickets to give away to entrepreneurs looking to attend the event.
The theme of Boston 2035 is to explore ways Boston can position itself as a world leader of the future. We have an outstanding lineup of speakers confirmed, including Desh Deshpande, Trustee of the Deshpande Foundation; David Cohen, Co-founder and Managing Partner of Techstars; William Sahlman, Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School; Sandra Fenwick, President and CEO of Boston Children’s Hospital; and Robin Chase, founder and former CEO of Zipcar.
Startups represented in the program include Acquia, Actifio, Jibo, Localytics, Moderna, Neumitra, Startup Institute, and Tamr. Check out the full agenda and speaker list here.
Want to snag one of these free tickets? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
—Name, Title, Company
—A brief description of what you think Boston will look like in 2035.
This promotion is for startups less than three years old that have fewer than 20 employees, and is for new registrations—if you already have a ticket, it cannot be exchanged for a free one, but hopefully you have a friend or colleague who can claim one. What’s the catch? We ask that if you claim a ticket, you show up (or let us know if you can’t).
A big thank you to our event co-hosts, Babson College and Olin College of Engineering, and our silver sponsors: Fish & Richardson, Inkhouse, Kauffman Foundation, and Xerox. Thanks as well to our national sponsor, Alexandria Real Estate Equities.
We hope to see you on June 17 at Babson College!