NewCo Boston by MassTLC lets you meet company founders and leaders inside their offices. Session space is limited.
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NewCo takes you inside offices to learn from a wide spectrum of founders and thought leaders.View All 2018 Presenters
Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies
President and CEO
Senior Venture Principal
Shell Technology Ventures
US Marketing Manager
Head of Quantextual Research
State Street Global Exchange
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2018 FEATURED SESSIONS
We'll answer the following questions: - What is this new world of marketing and publicity? - What is possible with tools and technologies? - How does a company or technology stand out? - How can…Read More
In this session we will discuss how our platform is helping companies and communities develop and engage diverse talent through networking, mentorhip and educational opportunities.Read More
Digital transformation doesn't happen with just one project. It's usually a succession of multiple projects that brings about total business transformation. Moving beyond just developing new technology, you need a strategy that will transform your…Read More
Since 2012, NewCo festivals have welcomed over 40,000 attendees into the offices of 3,500 innovative organizations. Attending a NewCo festival is a remarkable experience! It’s like a passport into the true culture of businesses changing the face of cities as diverse as Istanbul, Mexico City, New York, Austin, San Francisco, Barcelona, and Shanghai. Our "inside out" model is simple: Pick your city. Get your ticket. Choose which companies you want to explore.
Instead of being “that one person who made it out,” Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs went back to his hometown to see if he could be the…
A spirited conversation on the future of work debates the best policies for a world in significant transition.
“NewCo gave me and other attendees permission to ask questions about more than just how the business started and future objectives.”
“Refreshing, inspiring, collegial, and informative.”
“NewCo helped confirm that our mission is not only resonating with our internal stakeholders and customers, but also with outside general consumer, patients, providers.”
“I was very inspired by all the different business stories I heard. I've met some amazing people that I plan to hold onto!”
“We received many compliments from our session and as a result, people wanting to get involved with our program.”
“We had some great conversation during our session, people throwing out new ideas that we hadn't even thought of before! ”
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“I really liked that there were both large and small, and old and new companies involved in this event. Really great energy!”
“I always tell people it is a city-wide innovation open house. Such a cool opportunity to meet many new innovative companies and people in one city.”
“I had a blast. It reinvigorated me, which I think might be a measurable outcome to consider . Sometimes we go to these events to remind us that what we are doing or pursuing makes sense.”