Past Event Video Recaps

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  • Tuesday, February 28, 2017 5:30 PM | Danielle Festa (Administrator)
    Innovators and entrepreneurs have different skillsets, sometimes it's the same person, but frequently it's not.

    Are you an entrepreneur or investor looking for an innovative idea to develop into a business? Are you a company that is looking for innovative technology to move your business forward?

  • Tuesday, November 15, 2016 5:30 PM | Danielle Festa (Administrator)

    It may seem strange to consider exiting when you're just starting your business and you are preoccupied with assembling a team and getting funded. But planning for and working toward an eventual exit is something every entrepreneur needs to do. Why? Your exit goal affects everything you do, from how you run your business, to the partnerships you pursue, to how you choose to fund your startup.

  • Wednesday, October 19, 2016 6:00 PM | Danielle Festa (Administrator)

    The Venture Forum and Bowditch & Dewey present a program on craft brewer entrepreneurship. This program provides guests with a brief overview of the craft beer industry and a panel discussion of craft brewers at different lifecycle stages - startup, ramp-up, and expansion.


  • Tuesday, June 14, 2016 5:00 PM | Danielle Festa (Administrator)

    The Venture Forum and Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives hosted a rare opportunity for a one-on-one discussion with VC Nick Pappas, VP at MassVentures. Nick shares what entrepreneurs need to know and how to prepare before pitching to investors. Learn the best strategies to fund your start-up regardless of stage.

    For the video recap, watch below and visit The Venture Forum Youtube Channel for this and many other videos of our events.

  • Tuesday, May 10, 2016 5:30 PM | Danielle Festa (Administrator)

    A special one-on-one discussion and moderated Q&A with successful serial entrepreneur Jay Cahill, Partner and co-Founder of Bluefin Technology Partners located at the Idea Lab, 20 Franklin Street in Worcester. Learn what it takes to develop a Consumer IoT- Connected Device Product and Ecosystem from ideation to commercialization, while exceeding customer expectations. A behind the scenes look at all the components to launch minimally viable products (MVP) from Hardware, Software, Electronics, Mechanical, Packaging through eCommerce and Delivery. The second half of the program will include extended networking. This program will be most helpful for anyone who wants to learn about the latest in technology and the Internet of Things.

  • Tuesday, April 12, 2016 5:30 PM | Danielle Festa (Administrator)

    The Venture Forum held its annual 5-Minute Pitch Contest at the WPI Campus Center in Worcester. The contest gave eight local startups significant exposure and the opportunity to pitch their business to a friendly audience and panel of venture capitalist judges.

    The first place winner of the 5-Minute Pitch Contest was AMProtection, a developer of anti-microbial coatings for urinary catheters. AMProtection presenters Lindsay Lozeau and Todd Alexander received $2500 cash, plus another $500 as the Poster Contest winners.

    Xperii, a platform that connects people looking for paid studies and clinical trials near them with experimenters recruiting subjects to participate in their research, won the judge’s second place prize, as well as the audience’s choice award. Xperii presenter and CEO, Evan Ehrenberg collected $2500 in cash for the company.




  • Tuesday, April 05, 2016 10:26 PM | Steve Morin (Administrator)

    In December 2015, attendees to The Venture Forum's Entrepreneurs Demo Night with VentureMeets were able to present their start-up ideas to different audiences and how to best convey their companies, inventions, and ideas. Leading the forum was Rebecca Liebman, co-founder of LearnLux. Watch the video below for a glimpse into the night. 

  • Tuesday, March 29, 2016 10:01 PM | Steve Morin (Administrator)

    During the November 2015 Emerging Technology Series, The Venture Forum welcomed Nick Pappas, John Kawola, Dr. Holly Yanco, Bill Spellane and Kevin Harrington to speak about the next generation of robots that are changing our world. 

    Below are the links to video recaps of each speaker's presentation. 

    Kalenian Award Presentation

    Nick Pappas, MassVentures

    Dr. Holly Yanco

    Kevin Harrington

    Questions and Answers Session

  • Tuesday, March 08, 2016 5:30 PM | Steve Morin (Administrator)

    A conversation with innovative women in life sciences locally and regionally. Watch and learn from these leaders who founded and sold companies, obtained financing and received FDA approvals. This was event was co-sponsored by The Venture Forum and Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives.

  • Tuesday, February 09, 2016 5:30 PM | Steve Morin (Administrator)

    Learn about how particles of light are powering electronic and medical devices, enabling access to the internet, and accelerating fabrication. Watch the video below as we hear from established companies and entrepreneurs who are innovating in this space. This was #4 of The Venture Forum's Emerging Technology Series and took place in March 2016.

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