Mark Your Calendar: 2013 FOLEYTech Summit

16 September 2013 Innovative Technology Insights Blog

Foley will host its 2013 FOLEYTech Summit, Envision the Future: Today’s Approach to Tomorrow’s Solutions on Tuesday, November 5 at The Westin Copley Place  in Boston. As the successor to our Emerging Technologies Conference, the FOLEYTech Summit continues to offer the top-notch industry insight and compelling speakers you have come to expect from Foley & Lardner LLP, while embracing the broader horizons of technology.

This year’s event will focus on the issues and challenges facing technology companies today in Health Care, Big Data, and Next-Generation Manufacturing. Featuring highly interactive panel discussions, our three distinct industry tracks will engage and enlighten entrepreneurs, C-level executives, and technology company investors and advisors about trends, opportunities, and financing alternatives in these three hot markets. In addition to our industry tracks, we’re excited to announce that the 2013 FOLEYTech Summit keynote speakers will be Brian Halligan, CEO and Co-Founder of HubSpot, and Scott Savitz, Founder and Managing Partner of Data Point Capital.

The first-ever FOLEYTech Summit Expo will also debut at this year’s event. We have invited highly innovative companies from the Technology, Health Care, Big Data, and Next-Generation Manufacturing industries to showcase their new applications, processes, and products. If you are interested in having your company participate in the Expo, please contact Jackie Polson at

For more information on the 2013 FOLEYTech Summit or to register for the program, please visit

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