Boston New Technology Meetup Sept 2012 #bnt21 (21+ Event)

Free event! September meeting of the Boston New Tech Meetup - 21st edition! This event is 21+, due to alcohol being served.

Come learn about 7 innovative and exciting technology products and network with the Boston/Cambridge startup community!  Each presenter gets 5 minutes for product demonstration and 5 minutes for Q&A.  Please follow @BostonNewTech and use the #BNT21 hashtag in social media posts: details here.

Products & Presenters:

  1. Events INSIDER Tech / @OddBostonEvents - Boston's largest calendar of high-tech & business events is now a mobile app! (Johnny Monsarrat) http://harddatafactory.com/m/ Tech: JavaScript, Java, Perl
  2. ViralGains / @ViralGains - Viral Video Marketing Platform for brands and advertising agencies. (Jay Singh / @jaydeepjones) http://www.viralgains.com Tech: Java, Groovy, Grails
  3. Venture Activism / Economic Revolution - A social movement supported by a suite of web-based enterprise software systems (Kerry Power) http://VentureActivism.com
  4. Splitwise / @Split_Wise Splitwise makes it easy to share expenses with friends, roommates, or travel groups. (Jonathan Bittner / @JonBittner) http://splitwise.com Tech: Ruby on Rails, iOS, Android, backbone.js
  5. OfferBeam - Media delivery platform engages consumers to build loyalty and increase shopping. (Robert Bousaleh) http://www.OfferBeam.com
  6. Klaviyo / @Klaviyo - Our recipes help web companies intelligently reach out to existing customers. (Ed Hallen / @EdHallenhttp://www.klaviyo.com
  7. exoHome / @exoHome - Fosters healthy and dynamic neighborhoods. (Michael Schroeder) http://exohome.com Tech: Cloud PaaS, IaaS, Java, MongoDB, Heroku, Android, Google maps v3, jQuery

Agenda:

6:00 - Setup time for presenters

6:30 to 7:30 - Networking with beer, wine, non-alcoholic beverages and an assortment of appetizers provided by Boston.com

7:30 - Presentations, Q&A

Directions & Parking:

Upon entering The Boston Globe site, you can either continue straight to park under the building (recommended) or turn left to park in front of the building (limited space). Here are directions & a Google map.

Public Transportation: Take the MBTA RED LINE to the JFK/UMASS Station and walk a few blocks south on William T Morrissey Blvd. The Globe will be on your right.

Enter the lobby through the front door. Give your name at the security desk and you will be directed to the Globe Lab space.

Sponsor and Host:

Sponsorship and meeting space has been graciously provided by:

Boston.com - The region’s leading digital destination for information about our community, and active involvement in it – free, wide open to all, and comprehensive. The site provides the best and broadest coverage of breaking news and things to do and exclusive, top quality news, sports, and entertainment content. Follow @Bostondotcom and join them on facebookwww.Boston.com

Check out Boston.com’s “The Hive”, Boston's source for innovation - a place where where emerging technology, companies and all things innovative in Boston are showcased, including job listings, startups, leaders/innovators and events!

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  • Joshua Foster

    Thanks to the Boston Globe for hosting. Saw some interesting start-ups and met some new people.

    September 19, 2012

  • Tom Huntington

    Great set of companies.

    September 19, 2012

  • Jay Lester

    Great mix of presentations and attendees.

    September 19, 2012

  • Grant Elgin

    Excellent meetup. Great crowd of talented people and innovative ideas.

    September 19, 2012

  • Jon Bittner

    Enjoyed it a lot.

    September 19, 2012

  • William Toll

    Great turnout - some promising startups and a great host!

    September 19, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Thanks Boston Globe and Chris...they keep getting better and better!

    September 18, 2012

  • Michael Schroeder

    That was fun. Good food too. Thanks for the great feedback on exohome!

    1 · September 18, 2012

  • Vicente Orjales Padín

    quite interesting.

    September 18, 2012

  • Chris Requena

    We have 73 people on the waiting list. If you RSVP'd Yes, but can't attend, please change your RSVP to No.
    If you're on the waiting list, you are in line to attend if and when enough people who are currently attending change their RSVP to No.
    With the count of RSVP's we have, the venue will be packed, so we cannot allow walk-ins. Also, you must be 21+ for this event.
    Thank you.

    September 18, 2012

  • Alexander Ivanov

    What does "the Waiting List" mean? If I am in this list could I attend the meeting or not?

    September 17, 2012

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