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Innovation unConference 2014

A one day experience like no other

November 14th – 8:00am – 5:00pm – Hynes Convention Center – Boston

Continuous Networking

Imagine: All in one place, 1000 people who, together, represent the region’s technology ecosystem…from C-level executives…to young entrepreneurs…to investors…to student (aka the future tech stars).

Improvised and Interactive Sessions

It’s a day full of user-generated content. If you have an idea for a session, pitch it. There are more than 50 sessions, if you don’t like one, find another you like better. Sounds totally crazy, right? But it really works!

One-on-One Mentoring

At the same time sessions are running, entrepreneurs who have been accepted into our mentoring program have an unprecedented opportunity to meet with our expert mentors – business leaders, serial entrepreneurs and investors.
Get more information to learn how you can be a part of this amazing opportunity.

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What Others Say About Us

Everyday more people join the ultimate experience.

  • My favorite entrepreneurial event of the year is the MassTLC Innovation Unconference. Mostly because I have no part in organizing it... the energy is amazing... and it attracts basically everyone in Boston who is working on an interesting new venture. So I get enough story ideas to last me a couple months.

    Scott Kirsner
    Scott KirsnerBoston Globe
  • You’ll find NO panels, NO keynotes, NO advertising pitches. This isn’t a place to practice being a social media windbag, a guru, or a hand waving advocate. Its where this year over 1,000 CEO’s, PR hacks, investors, law firms, start-up managers and students asked and answered each others questions, and networked as friendly smart people do.

    Dave Wieneke
    Dave WienekeiSITE Design
  • The MassTLC Unconference is a chance for entrepreneurs to meet one-on-one with mentors or hear sessions led by their peers, all in a format that's largely unplanned and dynamic. The "law of two feet" is the law of the land--if you don't like something or think you could be getting more value elsewhere, just get up and leave.

    Alex E. Weaver
    Alex E. WeaverBoston Inno

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