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Events For Your Consideration, Before Egg Nog Season Arrives...

Posted by Scott Kirsner  November 30, 2009 07:34 AM

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Before the holiday parties start crowding the calendar later this month, here are five events worth knowing about this week and next:

- David Vieau, CEO of the latest Massachusetts company to go public, A123 Systems, delivers one of the keynotes at the MIT Venture Capital Conference this Friday, at the Westin Copley Place. Tickets are $400 (student tix were $35, but they're sold out.)

- Also happening Friday is what'll likely be one of the biggest tech parties of the year. It's at the Cambridge Innovation Center, which ten years ago opened its doors as Cambridge Incubator. (Invite-only, sorry.) Tim Rowe and his team there have packed the high-rise at One Broadway on the edge of the MIT campus with scads of interesting start-up companies, investors, and service providers.

- Startup Weekend begins Friday and runs through Sunday evening. Teams of techies and entrepreneurs race to prototype business concepts and build demos by the end of the weekend. It's hosted at Microsoft's Cambridge R&D center, and the cost is $75, which includes a t-shirt and seven (!) meals.

- The final 2009 editions of Web Innovators Group and Mass. Innovation Night take place on December 7th and December 9th. Both cater to early-stage entrepreneurs, mostly in tech, mobile, and Web services.

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March 3: Web Innovators Group
Demos, drinks, and schmoozing at the Royal Sonesta in Cambridge.

March 7-8: MassDigi Game Challenge
Competition for aspiring game developers... plus panels and keynotes related to the business of play.

April 3-4: Mass Biotech Annual Meeting
Issues facing the region's life sciences community.

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