FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BEVERLY, Mass. – Regional technology executives, students, and others will gather for the fourth annual installment of the North Shore Technology Council’s (NSTC) annual research series:
“The State of Technology on the North Shore”
Wednesday, April 24; 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Wylie Inn & Conference Center at Endicott College
295 Hale St.
Beverly, MA 01915
To help attendees understand “the tech hub north of Boston”—what it is, where it’s heading, and how it compares to other hubs—Endicott College students will present research using cluster-mapping tools developed by Harvard Business School’s Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness (ISC).
“Our area, the North Shore and the greater tech cluster north of Boston, is a hotbed for new technology development and commercialization,” says David Bertoni, president of the NSTC and founder of consulting firm MarketSp@ce. “This Endicott College research project begins to tell the data’s tale of which sectors and technology clusters are emerging in our region.”
The featured panelist at the event is Rich Bryden, director of information products at the ISC, who designed and launched Harvard’s cluster-mapping project. Student presenters from Endicott are junior Chase Andrews, sophomore Haley Noel, senior Ben Sawyer, senior Michael Scherer, and junior Ian Schmidt. The event will be moderated by Jeff Kaplan, managing director of THINKstrategies and founder of the Cloud Computing Showplace. Registration is available online until April 23 at endi.co.tt/NSTC2019 and is $15/executive or individual and $25/non-member.
About the North Shore Technology Council
The North Shore Technology Council creates opportunity, serving individual members and sponsor businesses that are part of the Massachusetts North Shore technology cluster. From the 128 beltway north of Boston to coastal New Hampshire, the NSTC delivers business formation, networking, learning and community programs for innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, educators and the service providers who support them. Its virtual hub of innovation, ideas, technical diversity and creativity helps people learn, connect, get inspired, and leverage combined resources for success.
About Endicott College
Endicott College offers doctorate, master’s, bachelor’s, and associate degree programs at its campus on the scenic coast of Beverly, Mass., with additional sites in Boston, online, and at U.S. and international locations. Endicott remains true to its founding principle of integrating professional and liberal arts education with internship opportunities across disciplines. For more, visit endicott.edu.