The Last Innovation Breakfast…And the First

You always try to go out with a bang…and, boy, did we ever.  Bill Warner’s talk on “Startups from the Heart” was fantastic!  (Videos are below the break.)  And well received by our largest crowd so far.  (Yes, we opened up “ticket sales” quite a bit beyond the usual small group.)  And, if you were there, you heard us say that Innovation Breakfast is ending.  But, wait, what’s that on the horizon?

Starting in June, we’re kicking off a new model Innovation Breakfast.  We’re going to partially adopt the #OpenCoffee model and move Innovation Breakfast to Waltham’s Cafe on the Common (677 Main Street, at the corner of Main and Moody.)  Over this weekend, we’ll be switching out the Innovation Breakfast website to support this new model.  More soon!  (Oh, yeah, and suggestions welcomed, nay, encouraged!)  And, if you aren’t already a Cambridge “OpenCoffee at Andala” regular, check it out on Meetup.com for the scoop.

More soon!

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5 Responses to “The Last Innovation Breakfast…And the First”

  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by billwarner, Megan Leigh Sweeney. Megan Leigh Sweeney said: RT @billwarner: Thanks @massinno for posting video from my talk "How to Build Your Startup From the Heart" http://bit.ly/cZWuYl [...]

  2. [...] the Heart.” (A recent talk in Waltham at Innovation Breakfast was recorded on video. Watch it here.) I believe that we are often pushed to follow our head as we innovate, and I believe this takes us [...]

  3. We’ll try to join you for breakfast soon! :)

  4. [...] of interest to the young startups.  One of Bill Warner’s queries from his presentation about How to Build Your Startup from the Heart has taken on new meaning for me lately.  One of the questions he asks is “Who are your [...]

  5. [...] We kicked off the series with Ron Croen, founder of Nuance Communications and ended the series with Bill Warner, founder of Avid Technology.  Pretty big shoes to [...]

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