Earlier this week, Foley hosted over 240 attendees in Boston at our 9th annual FOLEYTech Summit, titled Envision the Future: Today’s Approach to Tomorrow’s Solutions. The Summit focused on how collectively entrepreneurs, private equity investors, venture capitalists, attorneys, accountants, board members and community resources can successfully grow technology companies, specifically in the Health Care IT, Big Data and Next Generation Manufacturing industries.
In addition to industry focused breakout sessions, we had three amazing keynote speakers:
Jeff Mortimer, Director of Investment Strategy at BNY Mellon Wealth Management, gave the crowd a nuanced overview of the interaction between the economy, the stock market, and what that means for timing transactions for technology companies.
Dharmesh Shah, HubSpot’s co-founder and CTO, shared valuable insights on how important fostering workplace culture is to growing businesses.
Keep checking the Emerging Company Exchange for recaps of each of our breakout sessions on Health Care IT, Big Data and Next Generation Manufacturing. You can also find more information on our 2013 FOLEYTech Summit page or @FOLEYTech. Search #FOLEYTech for tweets from the conference, including our live tweeting of the general sessions.
Our sponsors, BNY Mellon Wealth Management, Lincoln International, MHT Partners, Digital Realty, Xconomy and RR Donnelley, were instrumental in making this event happen. We thank them once again for their participation.
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