July 14, 2017

Boston Tech - Next Week's Must Attend Events (Jul 17 - Jul 22)

Here's your preview of events coming your way in Boston's startup and tech sector!

Monday, July 17

TechCrunch - TechCrunch Sessions - Robotics
9:00am - MIT Kresge Auditorium, W16, 48 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge

Tuesday, July 18

Boston Data Mining - Challenges in Practical Machine Learning & Advanced Analytics
6:00pm - Booz Allen Hamilton, 50 Milk Street, Boston

Rekener, Inc - From Hair on Fire to Highly Strategic: BizOps in Transition

6:00pm - The Loyal Nine, 660 Cambridge St, East Cambridge

Wednesday, July 19

CSpace and Luminoso - Uncovering Emotions in Customer Data to Drive Insight
10:00am - Webinar

MASS AWIS - Happy Hour with the MASS AWIS Board: Putting the “Fun” in Scholarship Fund
5:30pm - FireBrand Saints, 1 Broadway, Cambridge

Mass Technology Leadership Council - 2017 Leadership Awards Summer Reception
5:30pm - Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 600 Atlantic Ave, Boston

The Capital Network - Building a Tech Team: CTOs & Developers - How to Hire, Vet & Keep Them
6:00pm - Workbar Cambridge, 45 Prospect Street Cambridge, Boston

LaunchByte - WATERP_ROOF : Tech Networking / Rooftop Party
7:00pm - Revere Hotel Boston Common, Stuart Street, Boston

Thursday, July 20

Boston Crypto Traders and Investors - Boston Crypto Maiden Meetup
5:30pm - T3 Advisors, 1 Marina Park Drive, Suite 315, Boston

Startup Grind Boston - Semyon Dukach (One Way Ventures / Techstars)

6:00pm - Pivotal Labs, 255 Main St., 6th FL, Cambridge

Ladies That UX, Boston - A Conversation with Stefania Mallet, CEO of ezCater
6:00pm - ezCater, 101 Arch Street 4th Floor, Boston

Wayfair - Testing on Tap: A Usability Testing Event at Wayfair
6:00pm - Wayfair, 4 Copley Place, 100 Huntington Ave, Boston

WeWork - Mass Ave Opening Party
6:00pm - WeWork, 625 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge

BPMA - BPMA and BWP Summer Party!
6:30pm - Market, 21 Broad Street, Boston

Startup Institute - Startup Institute Summer Open Doors Party
7:00pm - District Hall, 75 Northern Ave, Boston

Friday, July 21

BPMA - The Art of Writing High-Fidelity User Stories: Product Usability Starts Here!

9:00am - Bentley University - Smith Academic Technology Center, Classroom 223, 175 Forest Street, Waltham



Colin Barry is a contributor to VentureFizz. Follow him on Twitter @ColinKrash.

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