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    • 05 Sep 2017
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Constant Contact, Inc., Reservoir Place, 3rd Floor Great Room, 1601 Trapelo Rd., Waltham, MA

    PRE-MEETING DINNER at 5:15 PM (sharp) at Bertucci’s, Waltham

    ENET kicks off its 27th year with an evening of learning from successful entrepreneurs.  The meeting will feature case studies from three extremely successful startups. 

    We will hear from Raj Aggarwal, founder of Localytics.  This software company, No. 279 on the Inc. 5000 in 2015, provides an analytics and marketing platform to help its clients understand and optimize mobile engagement. The platform is used by a number of successful companies, including ESPN, CVS Pharmacy, The New York Times, Comcast and Weather Channel. Led by CEO Raj Aggarwal, Localytics saw a growth rate of more than 1,600 percent between fiscal years 2011 and 2014.

    We will next hear from Ralph Folz, CEO of WordStream. WordStream is software as a service (SaaS) company which helps small and medium businesses acquire customers via paid digital media (paid search and paid social). WordStream’s 20 Minute Work Week facilitates more effective paid media campaigns across Google, Yahoo, Bing, and Facebook, resulting in more leads and more customers.  Think of WordStream as a TurboTax for digital marketing.   WordStream manages over half a billion dollars of advertising spend on the major ad platforms and has grown to over 230 employees.  The company is based in Boston’s Back Bay.  WordStream has been named a Boston Business Journal Best Places to Work for three years in a row and has been included in the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies for four years in a row.

    Finally, we will hear from Janet Kosloff, Co-Founder and CEO of InCrowd, a provider of high-quality, real-time market intelligence to life sciences and healthcare firms. Today 19 of the top 20 global pharmaceutical firms, as well as other life science, healthcare organizations, and the agencies that serve them, rely on InCrowd’s solution to gain high-quality, timely insights to market questions and from them, make more informed business decisions.  The company has grown to more than $10 million in revenues and 50 employees.  In 2017, Janet Kosloff was named a Boston SmartCEO 2017 Future 50 Award winner by SmartCEO magazine. The program recognizes the region's 50 fastest-growing mid-sized companies and 10 small emerging growth companies, based on a combined three-year average of revenue and employee growth.

    The attrition rate for startup companies is high. According to the US Bureau for Labor Statistics, 50 percent of all new business make it to their fifth year and one third make it to their tenth year. A study from Harvard Business School stated that three out of every four ventured-backed companies failed overall.   Yet many do succeed.  Among the reasons often cited for startup success are:

    • Focus -  Keeping focus on the company’s core competencies and continuing to build and improve on them.
    • Team - Building  a strong team, compatible with complimentary competencies
    • Customer Validation / Feedback - Get your product and service out into the market and listening to your customers, to customize your product or services to meet the real needs of your clientele or customer base
    • Pivoting - Learning from your mistakes and being able to pivot quickly to get back on track.

    On September 5, you will get to hear from the leaders of at least three extremely successful startups – and how perhaps their success and lessons learned might be useful to you, and also ask them questions during out Q and A.  Hope to see you for ENET’s kickoff meeting for our 2017-2018 program year.

    Agenda: 

     630-730 PM - Registration & networking 

    730-740 PM - ENET Chairman's announcements

    740-755 PM - E Minute - Up to 3 Startup companies’ presentations

    755-845 PM - 3 expert speakers on the night's topic

    845-900 PM - Audience / Speakers Q & A 

    900-930 PM - Final networking including meeting speakers

    Speakers:

    Raj Aggarwal,  Co-Founder, Localytics.   As CEO from its founding in 2009 until 2017, Raj succeeded in creating the leading mobile engagement platform that is used by many of the world’s top brands. Prior to Localytics, Raj spent 12 years building a variety of technology companies. He was a management consultant focused on mobile with Bain & Company and Adventis. At Adventis, Raj worked alongside Steve Jobs at Apple to develop the business framework for the iPhone and led the formation of the multi-billion dollar Disney Mobile venture in Japan. Previously, Raj held sales and marketing leadership positions at Proco Machinery and Requisite Technology. Raj completed his MBA with Honors from the Ivey School of Business and London Business School.

    Ralph Folz is WordStream's Chief Executive Officer. Folz joined WordStream's board in August 2009 and was elected the company's CEO by the Board of Directors in August 2010. He has an extensive background in the digital marketing space, including founding and subsequently selling Molecular Inc., an interactive Web design and marketing agency, to Isobar. Folz spent two years as Global Chief Operating Officer of Isobar, one of the largest digital marketing agencies in the world (part of the Dentsu Aegis network).  Folz spends time mentoring and advising venture backed startups in the Boston area and spent four years as a Board Director for Backupify, prior to its sale to Datto.  Folz currently sits on the Board of Codeship, a SaaS company funded by Sigma Prime and Ascent Venture Partners.  Folz has been named “one of the 10 most influential leaders in e-commerce” by the Massachusetts Electronic Commerce Association, and Molecular was recognized by Deloitte & Touche as the highest-ranking Internet professional services firm in the New England region. In 2004, he was named to the Boston Business Journal's list of “40 Under 40” and recognized as a Mass High Tech All-Star in the Internet category. He has served as President of MITX, the Massachusetts Innovation & Technology Exchange. 

    Janet Kosloff, CoFounder and CEO, InCrowd,  was born into a family of entrepreneurs; both her parents and grandparents were small business owners. I guess you could say it was in her genes to one day start her own business. After completing a Masters in Healthcare Business, Janet’s entrepreneurial spirit steadily grew as she held founding management roles with several successful startups. As rewarding as this was, she knew it was only a matter of time before she ventured out on her own. Janet got the idea for InCrowd while cruising in her Mini Cooper, top down, sun shining, ideas flying (ironically, she sold that car to help fund the company). Having worked in healthcare market research and understanding the challenges faced by life sciences companies, Janet saw an opportunity to disrupt an industry that hadn’t evolved for more than 50 years by applying technology to automate and simplify the market research process and providing fast and rigorous results. Ask her what it’s like to start a company and Janet will tell you, at no other point in her career, has she ever been more challenged or had more fun.

    Moderator:

    Robert Adelson, business and tax attorney, partner at Boston law firm of Engel & Schultz LLP, and Chairman of The Boston Entrepreneurs’ Network.  Rob has been an attorney for over 30 years specialized in business, tax, stock and options, employment, contracts, financings, trademarks and intellectual property.  Rob began as an associate at major New York City law firms before returning home to Boston in 1985 where he has since been a partner in small and medium sized firms before joining his present firm in 2004.  Rob represents entrepreneurs, start-ups and small companies, independent contractors and employees and executives. Rob is a frequent speaker on business law topics and author of numerous articles published in Boston Business Journal, Mass High Tech and other publications. He has been named among the “Top 20 Boston Startup Lawyers” by ChubbyBrain.com, a website that provides tools for entrepreneurs. Rob has been on the ENET Board since 2002 and Chairman since 2009 and is also a Co-Founder and Board member of the 128 Innovation Capital Group (2004 -2015). He holds degrees from Boston University, B.A., summa cum laude, Northwestern University (Chicago), J.D., Law Review, and New York University, LL.M. in Taxation. His website - www.ExecutiveEmploymentAttorney.com

    Organizer:

    Ellen Clark.  Ellen has been working with startups in pharma/medical device, structural engineering and widget engineering for six years. Currently her work is focused on staffing, benefits, business development and searching for grant and angel money. She is also an advocate for small business and job creation in the US. Her vision is to develop three companies, Advent Technologies - science and tech, Dakota Mining and Engineering -structural engineering for extractables, and Connecticut Index Funds.

    Prior to her work with startups, she managed a consulting and staffing agency that specialized in staffing IT, Engineering, Science and Math specialists, management in "STEM" industries and specialized manufacturing. Ellen has attended Duke University, graduated from Nyack College and received a Master’s degree from Manhattanville College in New York.

    Reservations: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the premeeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Pre-Meeting Dinner: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Bertrucci's in Waltham prior to the start of this meeting.  Dinner at 5:15 sharp.

    eMinute: eMinute presentations will be given at the start of the meeting. These very short presentations enable young startup entrepreneurs to gain experience in presenting their summary business plans to expert panels and audiences.

    Directions: Constant Contact is adjacent to RT 128 / 95 at Exit 28B.  See: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp


    • 19 Sep 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Pivotal Labs, 255 Main St., 6th FL, Cambridge, MA

    The ENET meeting on September 19, 2017 is on mapping from an idea to a successful company. 

    What is innovation?  How is the success defined? Where to start, which steps to pursue, is there a specific process?

    How to create value? How to start an entity and how to commercialize & grow it? How to go plan an exit?

    Innovation is a process of matching market needs to technological capabilities and conducting research during product conception, design, manufacturing & marketing. Commercial success depends on users’ cost & performance requirements.

    Technological innovation is the act of developing and putting to use new product, processes & services. Innovation requires that these be adopted by users. Many inventions are never put into practice because they are technologically infeasible or fail the commercialization process.

    You have a great novel idea and you can put it to great use while generating sizable revenue, but do not know where to start or how to go about it. Our commercialization and marketing experts are here to help.

    AGENDA:

    6:00-7:00 pm - Networking

    7:00-7:10 pm - Announcements

    7:10-7:25 pm - E Minute - Up to 3 Startup companies’ presentations

    7:25-8:15 pm - 3 expert speakers on the night's topic

    8:15-8:30 pm - Q & A

    8:30 -9:00 pm - Networking including meeting speakers

    Below please meet the panel of accomplished executives and experts and our moderator, who was also the meeting organizer.

    SPEAKERS:

    Eugene Buff, MD, PhD

    Dr. Eugene Buff is a Registered Technology Transfer Professional (RTTP) and Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) with over twenty years of combined scientific, consulting and management experience. He has substantial expertise in a wide variety of industries, including but not limited to healthcare, biotechnology, medical devices, consumer products, materials and chemical manufacturing.

    Dr. Buff is a Founder and President of Primary Care Innovation Consulting (PCIC), a new type of innovation management and business development firm supporting companies’growth through open innovation. PCIC provides technology strategy consulting for both large and small companies globally and has unique access to cutting edge innovation at universities, incubators and accelerators worldwide. Its signature product, Innovation Navigator™ offers comprehensive business development support by combining known theories (such as Lean Start Up, “Jobs-To-Be-Done” and Disruptive Innovation) with years of successful consulting practices. Dr. Buff also designed and teaches “Customer Driven Technical Innovation for Engineers”, a core course for Entrepreneurship Minor at Northeastern University, Boston.

    Dr. Buff earned his Master degree in Biochemistry as well as his Medical Doctor degree from Russian State Medical University. He is a Ph.D. in Genetics and is a coauthor of 14 papers in peer reviewed international journals. Eugene is an active member of the Licensing and Technology Transfer community and serves on several committees and task forces at AUTM and LES. He is a member on many consulting and professional network organizations and often mentors and presents on issues of Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property, Innovation and Technology Transfer both in US and internationally.

    Susu Wong

    Susu Wong is the Founder and Principal of Tomo360, a marketing agency that helps small to medium-sized businesses and nonprofitsin their digital marketing and online promotions.  She was an Adjunct Professor in Marketing at University of Massachusetts Lowell, and a frequent speaker/instructor at entrepreneur and small business centers.

    Susu has twenty years of experience in marketing, business development and technology licensing for Fortune 500, high-tech, biotech, higher education, and healthcare organizations. She was formerly the Associate Director of Business Development and Technology Transfer at Addgene, where she focused on developing marketing programs to enhance communications with academia and life science companies.  

    Before joining Addgene, Susu was a Business Strategy Manager in the Innovation Office at Partners Healthcare, where she created successful marketing campaigns for high profile, multi-million dollar medical research portfolios at Massachusetts General Hospital.  She also spearheaded their social media strategies and email marketing campaigns. Earlier in her career, Susu was a Product Program Manager at IBM. She was involved in the creation of their e-business vision that integrated IBM’s software products.

    Susu is an advocate for helping women advance their careers. She is a co-founder of Women Accelerators (formerly de la Femme), a nonprofit organization that provides networking, mentoring and educational programs to help women in advancing their career goals.  She holds an Masters of Science in IT Management from Lesley University, and earned certificates in digital marketing from Northeastern University and in website design from Georgetown University.

    Using her diverse business experience, Susu and her team have successfully helped business owners and entrepreneurs with their marketing strategies -- integrating branding, website designs, social media, search engine optimization, and email marketing. 

    Regina Au

    Regina Au is Principal, New Product Planning/Strategic Commercial Consultant at BioMarketing Insight with 25+ years experience in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device, diagnostic and healthcare industries.  She helps companies to maximize the benefits of their technology by conducting the business due diligence early in product development to de-risk the process and increase commercial success.  This ensures that the technology is the right product for the right market in meeting a critical unmet need and that the market opportunity for the product meets the business goals of the company.  She will translate these unmet needs into a target product profile (TPP) or commercial profile.  Ms. Au then develops marketing strategies to ensure market access and product adoption. 

    She is a member of the Advisory Board for Regis College Master of Regulatory and Clinical Research Management Program.  Ms. Au also serves as an advisor for the Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center Platform Meetings,  Advisory Board member for an entrepreneur team at the Martin Trust Center for Entrepreneurship at MIT, an Executive Judge for Entrepreneurship at Suffolk University and NHHTC Entrepreneur Forum, and a mentor for The Boston Club, AWIS and Women Accelerators. 

    Regina has written and published numerous articles on market and technology trends in the industry.  She is a member of the Editorial Board for the International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapy and Industry Advisor for the European BioPharmaceutical Review Journal.  Her expertise is in numerous therapeutic areas such as cardiology, interventional cardiology, infectious disease, immunology, surgery, gastroenterology, pulmonology and oncology.

    Prior to BioMarketing Insight she worked for companies such as Merck & Co., Genzyme Corp., NMT Medical, and Radi Medical (St. Jude Medical) in various positions of increasing responsibility in new product planning, marketing and sales.  She had P&L responsibility in managing six multimillion dollar product lines and has experience in upstream and downstream marketing including strategic marketing, product development, market development, product launches, and product management.

    MODERATOR:

    Dr. Nathalie Goletiani, M.D.

    Dr. Nathalie Goletiani, M.D., inventor, founder and CEO of POWERFEM Therapeutics; Instructor in Psychiatry at McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School.

    Dr. Goletiani is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of POWERFEM Therapeutics, a company devoted to novel, networked treatment methods for the care of those suffering from substance abuse and mental illness. Her extensive clinical research into the hormonal effects of nicotine, opioid and cocaine use lead her to new concepts and mechanisms in understanding and treating psychiatric disorders, in particular, disorders experienced by underserved female populations. At Harvard’s McLean Hospital, she was charged with rebuilding and responsible for all the operations of Clinical Research Program, including simultaneously running multiple clinical trials. Based on her patented work, she founded POWERFEM Therapeutics, an independent company devoted to creating new treatments and healthcare solutions. POWERFEM incorporates novel disease concepts and treatments to design cost-effective, integrated mental and substance abuse care solutions across multiple provider networks.  Dr. Goletiani has received numerous national and international awards including most recently the Harvard Livingston Award for the investigation of complex underlying mechanisms in the neurobiology of women. She also received a Harvard University Zinberg Fellowship specifically to support her research on alcohol and drug use disorders. Her research provides a valuable basis for psychotherapeutic public policy decision making on issues of substance abuse and the integrated treatment of mental illness. She has extensively published the results of her research in peer reviewed journals.  Nathalie completed basic and clinic fellowships at the Harvard School of Public Health and at Harvard Medical School. In addition, she has been trained at and conducted medical research at Tbilisi State Medical University, University of Amsterdam and King’s College in London.

    FURTHER INFORMATION:

    PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION:  Is accessible by public transportation, to the Kendall Square stop on the Red Line.

    LOCATION:  Pivotal Labs, 255 Main St., 6th FL, Cambridge.  This building is in Kendall Square, just a couple doors down from the Cambridge Marriott heading toward Boston.

    REFRESHMENTS: Pizza & soft drinks

    COST AND RESERVATIONS: Free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. Members & non-members, pre-register for the meeting online, until midnight the day before the meeting. Go to – www.boston-enet.org  If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register and pay at the door.

    PARKING: The nearest parking garage is at One Broadway. The fee is $10 after 5pm, you need to be out by 10pm. Details at: https://www.parkme.com/lot/115647/one-broadway-garage-cambridge-ma


    • 03 Oct 2017
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Constant Contact, Inc., Reservoir Place, 3rd Floor Great Room, 1601 Trapelo Rd., Waltham, MA

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the premeeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Pre-Meeting Dinner: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Bertrucci's in Waltham prior to the start of this meeting.  Dinner at 5:15 sharp.

    eMinute: eMinute presentations will be given at the start of the meeting. These very short presentations enable young startup entrepreneurs to gain experience in presenting their summary business plans to expert panels and audiences.

    Directions: Constant Contact is adjacent to RT 128 / 95 at Exit 28B.  See: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp


    • 17 Oct 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Pivotal Labs, 255 Main St., 6th FL, Cambridge

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET meetings are free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Refreshments: Pizza and soft drinks will be served

    Public Transportation:  Is accessible by public transportation.

    Parking: The nearest parking garage is at One Broadway. The fee is $10 after 5pm – you need to be out by 10pm. Details at https://www.parkme.com/lot/115647/one-broadway-garage-cambridge-ma

    • 07 Nov 2017
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Constant Contact, Inc., Reservoir Place, 3rd Floor Great Room, 1601 Trapelo Rd., Waltham, MA

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the premeeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Pre-Meeting Dinner: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Bertrucci's in Waltham prior to the start of this meeting.  Dinner at 5:15 sharp.

    eMinute: eMinute presentations will be given at the start of the meeting. These very short presentations enable young startup entrepreneurs to gain experience in presenting their summary business plans to expert panels and audiences.

    Directions: Constant Contact is adjacent to RT 128 / 95 at Exit 28B.  See: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp


    • 05 Dec 2017
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Constant Contact, Inc., Reservoir Place, 3rd Floor Great Room, 1601 Trapelo Rd., Waltham, MA

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the premeeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Pre-Meeting Dinner: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Bertrucci's in Waltham prior to the start of this meeting.  Dinner at 5:15 sharp.

    eMinute: eMinute presentations will be given at the start of the meeting. These very short presentations enable young startup entrepreneurs to gain experience in presenting their summary business plans to expert panels and audiences.

    Directions: Constant Contact is adjacent to RT 128 / 95 at Exit 28B.  See: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp


    • 02 Jan 2018
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Constant Contact, Inc., Reservoir Place, 3rd Floor Great Room, 1601 Trapelo Rd., Waltham, MA

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the premeeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Pre-Meeting Dinner: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Bertrucci's in Waltham prior to the start of this meeting.  Dinner at 5:15 sharp.

    eMinute: eMinute presentations will be given at the start of the meeting. These very short presentations enable young startup entrepreneurs to gain experience in presenting their summary business plans to expert panels and audiences.

    Directions: Constant Contact is adjacent to RT 128 / 95 at Exit 28B.  See: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp


    • 16 Jan 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Pivotal Labs, 255 Main St., 6th FL, Cambridge

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET meetings are free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Refreshments: Pizza and soft drinks will be served

    Public Transportation:  Is accessible by public transportation.

    Parking: The nearest parking garage is at One Broadway. The fee is $10 after 5pm – you need to be out by 10pm. Details at https://www.parkme.com/lot/115647/one-broadway-garage-cambridge-ma

    • 06 Feb 2018
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Constant Contact, Inc., Reservoir Place, 3rd Floor Great Room, 1601 Trapelo Rd., Waltham, MA

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the premeeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Pre-Meeting Dinner: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Bertrucci's in Waltham prior to the start of this meeting.  Dinner at 5:15 sharp.

    eMinute: eMinute presentations will be given at the start of the meeting. These very short presentations enable young startup entrepreneurs to gain experience in presenting their summary business plans to expert panels and audiences.

    Directions: Constant Contact is adjacent to RT 128 / 95 at Exit 28B.  See: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp


    • 20 Feb 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Pivotal Labs, 255 Main St., 6th FL, Cambridge

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET meetings are free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Refreshments: Pizza and soft drinks will be served

    Public Transportation:  Is accessible by public transportation.

    Parking: The nearest parking garage is at One Broadway. The fee is $10 after 5pm – you need to be out by 10pm. Details at https://www.parkme.com/lot/115647/one-broadway-garage-cambridge-ma

    • 06 Mar 2018
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Constant Contact, Inc., Reservoir Place, 3rd Floor Great Room, 1601 Trapelo Rd., Waltham, MA

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the premeeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Pre-Meeting Dinner: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Bertrucci's in Waltham prior to the start of this meeting.  Dinner at 5:15 sharp.

    eMinute: eMinute presentations will be given at the start of the meeting. These very short presentations enable young startup entrepreneurs to gain experience in presenting their summary business plans to expert panels and audiences.

    Directions: Constant Contact is adjacent to RT 128 / 95 at Exit 28B.  See: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp


    • 20 Mar 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Pivotal Labs, 255 Main St., 6th FL, Cambridge

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET meetings are free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Refreshments: Pizza and soft drinks will be served

    Public Transportation:  Is accessible by public transportation.

    Parking: The nearest parking garage is at One Broadway. The fee is $10 after 5pm – you need to be out by 10pm. Details at https://www.parkme.com/lot/115647/one-broadway-garage-cambridge-ma

    • 03 Apr 2018
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Constant Contact, Inc., Reservoir Place, 3rd Floor Great Room, 1601 Trapelo Rd., Waltham, MA

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the premeeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Pre-Meeting Dinner: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Bertrucci's in Waltham prior to the start of this meeting.  Dinner at 5:15 sharp.

    eMinute: eMinute presentations will be given at the start of the meeting. These very short presentations enable young startup entrepreneurs to gain experience in presenting their summary business plans to expert panels and audiences.

    Directions: Constant Contact is adjacent to RT 128 / 95 at Exit 28B.  See: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp


    • 17 Apr 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Pivotal Labs, 255 Main St., 6th FL, Cambridge

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET meetings are free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Refreshments: Pizza and soft drinks will be served

    Public Transportation:  Is accessible by public transportation.

    Parking: The nearest parking garage is at One Broadway. The fee is $10 after 5pm – you need to be out by 10pm. Details at https://www.parkme.com/lot/115647/one-broadway-garage-cambridge-ma

    • 01 May 2018
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Constant Contact, Inc., Reservoir Place, 3rd Floor Great Room, 1601 Trapelo Rd., Waltham, MA

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the premeeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Pre-Meeting Dinner: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Bertrucci's in Waltham prior to the start of this meeting.  Dinner at 5:15 sharp.

    eMinute: eMinute presentations will be given at the start of the meeting. These very short presentations enable young startup entrepreneurs to gain experience in presenting their summary business plans to expert panels and audiences.

    Directions: Constant Contact is adjacent to RT 128 / 95 at Exit 28B.  See: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp


    • 15 May 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Pivotal Labs, 255 Main St., 6th FL, Cambridge

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET meetings are free to ENET members and $10 for non-members. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Refreshments: Pizza and soft drinks will be served

    Public Transportation:  Is accessible by public transportation.

    Parking: The nearest parking garage is at One Broadway. The fee is $10 after 5pm – you need to be out by 10pm. Details at https://www.parkme.com/lot/115647/one-broadway-garage-cambridge-ma

    • 05 Jun 2018
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Constant Contact, Inc., Reservoir Place, 3rd Floor Great Room, 1601 Trapelo Rd., Waltham, MA

    Meeting description will be posted shortly.

    The incidentals:

    Reservations: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members and $20 for non-members. No reservations are needed for the premeeting dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.

    Pre-Meeting Dinner: Join us for a pre-meeting networking dinner (self-pay) at Bertrucci's in Waltham prior to the start of this meeting.  Dinner at 5:15 sharp.

    eMinute: eMinute presentations will be given at the start of the meeting. These very short presentations enable young startup entrepreneurs to gain experience in presenting their summary business plans to expert panels and audiences.

    Directions: Constant Contact is adjacent to RT 128 / 95 at Exit 28B.  See: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp