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Mass NetComms/MassTLC membership overview FINAL presentation

Mass NetComms/MassTLC membership overview FINAL presentation

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  • Mission/ Theme – Driving Innovation and fostering entrepreneurshipOur Members Technology Companies – that are developing exciting and innovative applications, systems, tools and technologies –most of you as MassNetComms members will fit in to this categoryCorporate IT Departments- from energy, financial services, healthcare, life sciences and other technology enabled organizationsProfessional Services Firms – that contribute expertise and thought leadership supporting the technology industry’s growth (VC’s, Law firms, Accounting etc.)
  • Review one sentence about each of us and what we do. A number of the MNCC Trustees will be joining the MassTLC Board and will be announced at the Annual Meeting in February 2010
  • On a high level, the Council does three things…Business Development – benefits the company, Economic Development – benefits the region, and Professional Development – benefits the person.Business development, in the form of networking, learning and exposure opportunities with potential partners, customers and vendors comes primarily through our Cluster Communities, Major Events, and other Committees.Economic Development in the form of regional promotion, workforce development, advocacy, and research come through our Education Foundation, Research Grants, Clusters, and other initiatives like the STEM-Tech Alliance and the IT Study Group. Professional development in the form of networking, advisory board participation, and speaking opportunities come through participation in Clusters, Major Programs, and other Committees.
  • I’ll be taking a deeper dive into the categories listed here, but briefly, the Combined Council hosts over 15 Clusters/ Communities of interest in three different groupings: Technology, Industry, and Peer-to-Peer. Clusters are for members-only and drive content for our public programmingThe Council also serves members – and the broader community – by hosting popular and timely Major Events that create, visibility, energy and momentum for the industry and provide high level networking and knowledge sharing opportunities.Policy/ Workforce – The Council is committed to working with members, local, state and national officials on issues that impact their company’s success, and on continuing to foster a world renowned workforce that continues to spawn innovation in the state.
  • So let me start with the Clusters – Great way to leverage value…Clusters are designed to address vital issues impacting a specific area of interest, explore opportunities, and examine emerging technologies…Through the clusters, member executives share insights, exchange information on topics of mutual interest, and explore new opportunities for business growth, both within a cluster and at the intersection points between clusters. TRANS – Here are the clusters…
  • Here is a list of our 2010 Clusters. They are groupedby: technology, industry, and peer-to-peer sections, and driven by member-only Advisory Boards consisting of content experts in the field.As you can see, the Council has added a Mobile Cluster and will be expanding our existing Cloud Cluster. We are also committed to programming in video and broadband and are determining with MassNetComms leadership if they will be stand alone clusters, a program series, or integrated into one or more existing clusters. We appreciate your feedback as ultimately it will be driven by you, the members.We invite you, and or the appropriate executives from your organization, to get involved with a cluster that fits your area of expertise. You can sign up to be added to the distribution lists by dropping your card off with Christine in the back. Mark and other MNCC leadership will also be working closely on these clusters to ensure a smooth transition.
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    • 1. Mass Technology Leadership Council
      www.masstlc.org
    • 2. Who We Are
      Mission:
      To foster entrepreneurship and promote the success of companies that develop and deploy technology across industry sectors
      Theme:
      Driving Innovation
      Our Members:
      Technology Companies
      Corporate IT Departments
      Professional Services Firms
    • 3. Who We Are – Council Staff
      Liz Ashley, Office Manager
      Amy Gately, Relationship Manager
      Tom Hopcroft, President & CEO
      Mark Horan, Senior Vice President
      Heather Johnson, Senior Vice President
      Kristen Keane, Membership Director
      Elizabeth Newstadt, Cluster Manager, Energy & Robotics
      Christine Nolan, Director of Communities
      Joyce Plotkin, President Emerita
    • 4. What We do
      Business Development(benefits the company)
      Knowledge-sharing; Relationship-building; Best practices; Company growth and visibility
      Economic Development (benefits the region)
      Workforce, Policy/advocacy, Leadership, Government relations, Research and grants
      Professional Development (benefits the person)
      Learning and education, Speaking opportunities, Networking, Advisory boards
    • 5. How We Serve Our Members
      Cluster Communities
      Member-only Advisory Board meetings drive content agenda for intimate roundtables, public seminars, and other initiatives
      Public events on technology and business trends
      Major Programs
      Membership Meetings featuring major keynotes/ panels
      Signature Events i.e. Awards, unConferences
      Policy/Workforce
      Policy committee
      Education Foundation
      Research
      On the depth and breadth of the industry and trends
    • 6. Cluster Communities
    • 7. Clusters for 2010
      Technology
      Cloud Computing/ SaaS
      Digital Games
      Mobile
      Open Source
      Robotics
      Social Media
      Peer-To-Peer
      Entrepreneurial
      Leadership Series
      Legal Issues
      Sales & Marketing
      Tech Tuesday
      Industry
      Energy
      Financial Services
      HealthCare
      Life Sciences
    • 8. Major Programs
    • 9. MassTLC Major programs for 2010
      February – Annual Meeting
      May – Innovators Summit
      October – Innovation unConference
      November – Awards Gala
    • 10. Policy/Workforce& Economic Development
    • 11. Research
    • 12. How to best leverage your membership
      Join a Cluster
      Join one of our online social networks
      Participate in a Peer to Peer group
      Attend a breakfast seminar ($1k more is complimentary)
      List your events on our Community page and newsletter
      Share your needs and insights on policy, workforce and research
    • 13. What does this mean for MassNetComms Members
      The combination preserves everything you’ve received in the past and adds new opportunities
      The four pillars – mobile, video, cloud and broadband – will remain active
      A broader, comprehensive approach to innovation and entrepreneurship through the Innovators Summit, Innovation unConference, and Tech Tuesdays
      Increased opportunities for broadband/networking, mobile, and security companies through multiple clusters including energy and health care
    • 14. What does this mean for MassNetComms Members
      Powerful Major Events
      Awards program & Annual Meeting
      Attract a broader range of companies across multiple sectors
      Increase participation of executive attendees
      Attract major tech leaders – make it a critical stop for in and out-of-state luminaries
       Innovators Summit and Innovation unConference
      Reaching and supporting concept - pre IPO companies across all tech sectors
      Building connections for numerous entrepreneurs that helps move their idea/ company forward
    • 15. Next Integration Steps
      Programs – Fran Grigsby and MassNetComms Program Committee will work with MassTLC programs and cluster leadership to determine and integrate clusters and programming
      Membership – Paul Gasparro and MassNetComms Membership Committee will work with MassTLC Membership Department to help transition MassNetComms Members and identify new opportunities
      Awards – Barry Fougere and the MassNetComms Awards Committee will work with MassTLC Awards committee to determine 2010 categories and integration
      Workforce Development and Policy - Vin Bisceglia , Greg Sheldon and the MassNetComms policy & workforce committees will join the MassTLC policy committee to set the 2010 agenda
    • 16. Need Your Input
      Connect with MassNetComms Committee chairs and/ or MassTLC leadership with your ideas, comments & feedback on your needs from the newly combined Council
      Call (781-993-9000) or email:
      Tom Hopcroft – tom@masstlc.org
      Mark Horan – mark@masstlc.org
      Heather Johnson – heather@masstlc.org
    • 17. Providing Access
    • 18. Promoting Tech Sector