Every week is brimming with events here in Boston that are just as fun as they are beneficial to your career. Its’ November now: There’s no better time to level up and dive into some of the city’s networking, tech, and entrepreneurship events. Here are some options:
Today, Nov. 2: Fall Pitching + Free Capital Raising Workshop, hosted by Convean, 177 Huntington Ave., Boston. 3:30-9 p.m. Tickets range $15-$255 for corporate membership. Register HERE. Tech, health care and digital media entrepreneurs: Startupalooza Boston brings your chance to pitch investors, including Bain Capital and more than a dozen others. You’ll also get the chance to hear from the VCs themselves on trends they’re seeing and what they’re looking for.
Today, Nov. 2: Scaling Social Ventures, hosted by Archimedes Project at CIC Boston, 50 Milk Street, Boston. 6:30 PM-8:30 PM. Tickets $20. Register HERE. For those with social impact aspirations, this is a great chance to learn about scaling strategies and overcoming obstacles. The speakers will include fellow entrepreneurs, investors and researchers.
Thursday, Nov. 3: Ideation 2016: Biotech & Healthcare by MIT Biotechnology Group & Harvard Biotech Club at the Ray and Maria Stata Center, Room 32-123, 32 Vassar Street, Cambridge. 6–9 p.m. FREE. Register HERE. If you have an awesome idea for solving healthcare issues, or just a passion for biotech, come to Ideation2016, put on by the MIT Biotechnology Group and the Harvard Biotech Club. You’ll get the opportunity to pitch your idea to groups of your peers, as well as hear other pitches and network.
Friday, Nov. 4: Your Terrible POLITICS! at The Riot Theater, 146A South St, Boston. 10–11:30 p.m. FREE. Register HERE. Come blow off some election anxiety at the Riot Theater, no matter your politics.
Friday, Nov. 4: Eat.Drink.Disrupt! MDP Hackathon Kickoff Party, hosted by AthenaHealth at Meadhall, 4 Cambridge Center, Cambridge. 5-7 p.m. FREE. Register HERE. If you’re a hacker of any kind, this one’s for you. As part of their “More Disruption Please” initiative, AthenaHealth is hosting its seventh annual hackathon. The initiative aims to reach disruptive healthcare solutions through increased connectivity. The hackathon will facilitate dialogue about the current state of healthcare needs and how to reach these disruptive solutions.
Friday,, Nov. 4: Relax and Renew Yoga, hosted by Harvard Ed Portal at 224 Western Ave., Allston. 6–7 p.m. FREE. Register HERE. Nothing’s more important than self care, and all you innovators are working yourselves hard. End the week with some stretching and meditation at Relax & Renew Yoga. Rebalance and reset. Your creative juices will thank you for it.
Saturday, Nov. 5: 32nd Annual Minority Business Conference (AMBC), hosted by NABA, INC. (National Association of Black Accountants), at John B. Hynes Veterans, Memorial Convention Center, 900 Boylston St., Boston. FREE. Register HERE. This conference, put on every year by the NABA, INC., not only includes valuable networking but a career fair, a student business showcase and cash prize awards ceremony.
Sunday, Nov. 6: Marketing Innovation Conference 2016 at HBS, hosted by HBS Marketing Club at Harvard Business School, Boston. 8 a.m. –5 p.m. Tickets range from $35-$75. Register HERE. For business, marketing or entrepreneurship students of any kind out there: Harvard Business School is putting on its annual Marketing Innovation Conference, aimed at expanding student accessibility to the marketing world. There’s an entrance fee (starting at $35) but you’ll get access to leading marketing professionals and industry knowledge.