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The Mass Tech Hub Collaborative works across the Commonwealth to support and grow the state’s technology sector. Its Executive Committee – a committed group of leaders in industry, academia, and state government – routinely collaborates with other entrepreneurs, CEOs, state officials, professors, teachers, and industry organizations to strengthen the entrepreneurship environment, talent pipeline, brand identity and other aspects of Massachusetts’s tech innovation economy. 

Massachusetts is already globally recognized for the talent in its top universities, the world-class R&D of its corporations, and its vibrant churn of new startup ventures.  The Mass Tech Hub Collaborative strives to harness the assets and resources of this dynamic ecosystem to expand the tech community, advance its future competitiveness, and strengthen its contributions to the state economy at-large.  Read more.  Follow us on Twitter!


Massachusetts is a global leader in technology and the innovation economy and is the subject of many news and journal articles. Check back here often for news about technology and innovation in Massachusetts, industry trends, event coverage, and up and coming technologies being created in Massachusetts.

Hack/reduce hires new executive director from HP-Vertica - Boston Business Journal (

Cambridge big-data center hack/reduce has hired Adrienne Cochrane, who'd been a marketing communications manager at Hewlett-Packard's (NYSE: HPQ) Vertica division, as its new executive director.

Events :

There are dozens of technology and innovation-related events in Massachusetts every day. Use this page to plan your calendar and see what different organizations are hosting around the state.

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Tech Hub Policy Spotlight

 Click here to read the full version of Tech Hub Collaborative’s newsletter.

 Highlights include:
Innovation in Action at MassTLC 2013 unConference

Over 800 attendees took part in the Innovation unConference.  Senator Spilka, chair of the legislative Tech Hub Caucus, hosted a session to encourage industry and policymakers to work together.

Innovating for Growth: A Gateway Cities Symposium

Over 100 leaders from across the Commonwealth gathered to discuss the progress of the various innovation and entrepreneurship strategies of the Gateway Cities in Massachusetts.

Innovation Spotlight:

WGBH Takes Lead in Communications and media Accessibility for People with Disabilities

EMC's 2013 Innovation Roadmap Program Included 4,429 Submissions from 28 Countries