ONEin3 Impact Awards
Oct
9
6:00pm 6:00pm

ONEin3 Impact Awards

The OneIn3 Impact Awards, on Friday, October 9th, shine light on young Bostonians that are truly transforming our city in line with ImagineBoston2030 initiatives. 35% of Bostonian’s are under 35 and these awards help shine a light on some of the incredible civic work young social entrepreneurs are doing in the community. This group of award recipients really reflects the diversity and skills of the city’s rising generation.

We invite you to join Mayor Marty Walsh, the OneIn3 Council, and 200+ up and coming leaders as we celebrate 13 amazing success stories and hear personal stories from five of our award winners. It will be a great evening with free drinks and snacks and is emceed by 2014 OneIn3 Impact Awardee and CEO of ArtLifting, Liz Powers.

REGISTER HERE

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Our Convention
Oct
9
1:00pm 1:00pm

Our Convention

Nicole Fichera is serving as a Co-Chair for the first annual Our Convention.

On October 9th, over 50 organizations of Boston will convene 300 young adults ("delegates") at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate to collaborate and rapid prototype solutions (policy, product, service, etc.) focused on different local issues (transportation improvements, housing affordability, etc.) facing Greater Boston.  

After Our Convention, in collaboration with UMass Boston, results from each team will be compiled and included as part of a briefing book and a companion website. The results will be shared with elected officials, industry leaders, issue experts and the broader community. 

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US Conference of Mayors: The Innovation Economy and Entrepreneurship
Oct
8
1:30pm 1:30pm

US Conference of Mayors: The Innovation Economy and Entrepreneurship

Panel discussion to explore cost effective, creative, cross sector strategies for maximizing assets that spur economic growth and economic opportunities for residents of all ages and skill levels.

Panelists:

  • Mayor Greg Fischer (Louisville, KY)
  • Fredi Shonkoff (Daily Table)
  • Steve Grossman (The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City)
  • Nicole Fichera (District Hall)
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Urban Infrastructures for Public Health
Dec
3
5:30pm 5:30pm

Urban Infrastructures for Public Health

This Conversation on Civic Tech aims to explore how a city can take an innovative look at public health. While data and technology play a key role in tracking the flu and assisting collaboration among researchers and physicians, technology can also be a useful tool in driving wellness and even economic growth in Boston.

Register here to join the conversation!

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2014 RAIN Conference – PHL 2.0: Developing a Next-Generation Innovation Hub
Jul
23
1:00pm 1:00pm

2014 RAIN Conference – PHL 2.0: Developing a Next-Generation Innovation Hub

  • University City Science Center [Quorum] (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

On July 23, 2014, join Greater Philadelphia's innovation community for the Annual Regional Affinity Incubation Network (RAIN) Conference.

The 2014 RAIN Conference will explore opportunities and ideas that can help Greater Philadelphia become one of the top-five innovation hubs within 10 years.

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The Rise of Innovation Districts: A New Geography of Innovation in America
Jun
9
9:30am 9:30am

The Rise of Innovation Districts: A New Geography of Innovation in America

On Monday, June 9, the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings will release “The Rise of Innovation Districts,” a new report analyzing this trend. The authors of the paper, Brookings Vice President Bruce Katz and Nonresident Senior Fellow Julie Wagner, will be joined by leaders from emerging innovation districts across the country to discuss this shift and provide guidance to U.S. metro areas on ways to harness its potential.

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