03/15 TR50 event: Google, A123 Systems, and Flagship Ventures featured panelists

Price: Free to members of MIT Enterprise Forum 
Early Bird $50 non-members, $60 extra at door

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Join the MIT Enterprise Forum of New York City and Technology Review Magazine on March 15th at the iconic New York Academy of Sciences in Lower Manhattan for an evening of powerful networking and stimulating discussion celebrating the new TR50. This is a MUST ATTEND EVENT for all stakeholders in the innovation economy from technology development to business success.

The TR50 is Technology Review`s annual list of the 50 most innovative companies in the world. Each year, the editors of Technology Review look for the companies that have the most promising technologies, whether they are giant corporations or fledgling startups with initial venture capital investments. They narrow down the list by examining their business models, their strategies for deploying and scaling up their technologies, and the likelihood that they will succeed. 

The result is the annual TR50 list, which includes 25 public companies and 25 private companies across multiple sectors including biomedicine, computing, energy, materials, and the web. The 2011 list will be featured in the March/April issue of Technology Review magazine and on technologyreview.com on February 22, 2011. 

Jason Pontin, Editor in Chief and Publisher of Technology Review, will kick off the event with an overview of the 2011 TR50 -- Technology Review`s annual selection of the 50 most innovative public and private companies in biomedicine, computing, energy, materials and

the web. He will then moderate an expert panel with a select group of leaders from TR50 companies where they will discuss:

  • Secrets to inventing promising new technology
  • Best practices for deploying and scaling in today`s market
  • Strategies for funding and business models from early stage start-up through public company

Panel Moderator: 
- Jason Pontin, Editor in Chief, Technology Review

Panel Speakers: 
- Andrew Madden, Strategic Partnerships Team, Google
- David Berry, Partner, Flagship Ventures
- David Vieau, President and CEO, A123 Systems
There will be exclusive catered networking opportunities before and after the formal panel event.



DATE: Tuesday, March 15th, 2011 TIME: 5:30pm - 6:00pm: Reception
6:00pm - 7:30pm: Panel Discussion
7:30pm - 8:30pm: Networking
PLACE: NY Academy of Sciences - DIRECTIONS
7 World Trade Center
250 Greenwich St, 40th Floor
New York, NY 10007
REGISTRATION: Free to members of MIT Enterprise Forum
Early Bird $50 non-members, $60 extra at door
All members and guests are welcome.

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  • Steve-o

    I found it boring. I respect the presenting companies, but I didn't learn anything. It seemed as if the moderator was helping the presenters slap themselves on the back for their success. That's nice, but it was not worth the time.

    March 16, 2011

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