May 15, 2017 - Boston, MA
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On April 26, 2017, Davis Malm hosted a Cocktails and Conversations event in partnership with Massachusetts Technology Collaborative (MassTech). MassTech CEO and Executive Director, Timothy J. Connelly, shared his insights on how Massachusetts became a leader in the growing technology industry, and how the state plans to utilize its position to support emerging businesses and technologies via strategic investment and collaborative leadership.
“The Massachusetts tech sector is consistently ranked number one, but as a state, we must continue to invest in R&D, innovation, and talent development if we are to stay in that top spot,” stated Connelly. “In the coming years, MassTech will work on behalf of the Commonwealth to build additional bridges between our top-tier tech firms and leading universities in order to grow and evolve our innovation economy.”
MassTech is an innovative public agency working to support a vibrant, growing economy across Massachusetts. MassTech develops meaningful collaborations across industry, academia, and government, which serves as a powerful catalyst, turning good ideas into economic opportunity within the state’s technology sector. To learn more about MassTech, click here.
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MassTech develops meaningful collaborations across industry, academia, and government, which serves as a powerful catalyst, turning good ideas into economic opportunity within the state's technology sector.