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MIN63 at Autodesk

 Thanks to our friends at Autodesk for hosting our June event!  What a terrific team and a fantastic location, conveniently located along 128/95.  They also provided yummies to keep tummies from grumbling!  Nicely done!  Hope to see you all again real soon.
Our community had a great time checking out all the cool new products...and Autodesk's nifty lobby showcasing many of their products.  I loved the airport design and the model city.
Our American Airlines Business Extra points winners were:
PowerHydrant (2000)TicketZen (2000)GearCommons (2000)

5th Anniversary at MIN61

The 5th anniversary of Mass Innovation nights was a blast! Our 61st event launched 10 great products with the help of an energetic crowd in Lowell, Mass. The Merrimack Valley Sandbox graciously offered their space to us as we munched on delicious egg rolls and created buzz around the new ideas happening there. We also found out that @BobbieC cuts a mean celebratory cake! 
The four presenters were:
Indigo Pixies
Tomo 360
Inigo
GrillEasy
Prizes from American Airlines went to the four crowd favorites:
Inigo (the grand MIN winner!)

5 Reasons to Come to #MIN61 Tomorrow

Learn about what’s happening in Lowell
Lowell, Mass. is a vibrant and growing community, with a GREAT innovation scene! It’s worth a trip just to connect with the Merrimack Valley Sandbox - but that’s definitely not all that’s happening in this up-and-coming city.  It’s got arts, food, tech, and plenty of entrepreneurs and early adopters to spice up our monthly MIN event.
Meet new people in the community

MIN 60 Roundup

The Microsoft New England Research and Development (NERD) Center hosted our 60th event and a terrific group of our community came out to help lanch 10 great new products! In spite of rain, and a threat of overnight snow and freezing weather, we had a packed house.  We collected our tweets here and the videos here.  Can you find yourself?  Share your posts about the event and we'll link to you!
Our presenters for evening, voted on by you were:
Daily General Counsel
FitYap
Konectidy
Yoga By Numbers

Mass Innovation Nights Foodie at Le Cordon Bleu

Sponsored by our friends from the North, the Canadian Consulate General, and hosted at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts, our sixth special Foodie event was a smashing success -- more elegant than a Mass Innovation Nights had any right to be. With expectations high (yes, we did have to shut down RSVPs early after we exceeded our space limitations), we knew it was going to be a winner of a night. Words can not describe...
The four presenters were:
CookRadar
Boston Brewin'
Foodicine
Something GUD

Mass Innovation Nights 58 at Progress Software

Our team kicked off the new year with a truly awesome event at Progress Software in Bedford. These people know how to throw a product launch party! And, we'll be returning later on this year (May) so if you missed this event, you'll get a second chance!
We'll be collecting the tweets, pictures, videos and more from MIN58 and sharing them here. Let us know when you post! (Like our official blogger, super tech writer Janet Egan.) Here are the top tweets from the night too.

January 2013 Mass Innovation Nights at the IBM Innovation Center

Our first Mass Innovation Nights event of 2013 was pretty darned awesome and also the third anniversary of the first nomadic Mass Innovation Nights.  The first year of our monthly product launch parties had all been at the Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation and in January of 2010, we "roamed" out to the IBM Innovation Center.  It started something. We now roam pretty much all the time.  (Our schedule for 2013 makes us look like a ping pong ball!  Fun stuff.)

Mass Innovation Nights at The Hive

What a fabulous night for the Boston Innovation Economy!  Mass Innovation Nights #45 was a terrific partnership with Boston.com's The Hive and was held at The Boston Globe's offices...with a rockin' after-party in the Media Lab hosted by Radio BDC!  The Boston.com team really rolled out the red carpet and feted us in grand style -- there were even table cloths.  Really. 

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