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MBBP Trademark Client FusionStorm Earns Ultra-Exclusive Dell EMC Titanium Black Honor 02/01/2017

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MBBP’s trademark client FusionStorm has truly earned its stripes over the past six years fusionstorm-logoafter receiving more than a dozen Partner of the Year vendor awards, and recently having been handpicked as one of the partners to join the extremely exclusive Dell EMC Titanium Black program. This program gives FusionStorm access to a broad range of exclusive benefits aimed at driving sales growth, and also provides the company with the ability to meet, confer, and brief with Dell’s top technologists and Dell EMC CEO Michael Dell. FusionStorm’s CEO of five years, Dan Serpico, has attributed the company’s success to its ability to adapt to how the environment and market each shift, to maintain the company’s strong relationships with vendors and customers, and to lead the company through shifts in the industry.

The company’s entrepreneurial sales approach and technical expertise have served to build the company’s culture, and in turn, its ability to deliver its service product. Serpico attributes the company’s great success to FusionStorm’s employees and their innovative ideas, as listening and paying attention to the workers is another segment of FusionStorm’s culture. The company works incredibly hard to remain ahead of competitors in order to predict shifts and remain relevant within the industry. With the company’s recent and incredible success, Serpico emphasizes the importance of continuous innovation, and the company pays very close attention to the future of the industry, and how FusionStorm will remain a part of it. Congratulations to FusionStorm!

For more information, read the full article.

MBBP’s Client Continuum Adding Innovative Solutions To Policy Matters To Its Company Profile 11/16/2016

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Continuum, a client of MBBP, has primarily focused on the design of innovative products since the company’s founding in 1983. However, the organization is now delving into policy matters within the public sector, including public school education and public service employment. Continuum has come forth with a “radical new vision” for the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the municipal planning and development agency for Boston public services. The company is offering fresh ideas in order to develop solutions to long-standing problems such as those within the Boston Public School districts, where the firm is working to “rethink the educational experience” in a project called High School Redesign.continuum-logo-m0371417xb1386

In addition to this educational reformation, Continuum has been shadowing public service workers and commuters, and asking a plethora of questions in order to improve public transportation. The firm has begun building and testing prototypes of devices that will prove integral in Continuum’s goal of improving the lives of the people of Boston.

Continuum is a global innovation design company whose purpose centers around people, as it strives to improve lives through its innovations and to focus on its clients’ bottom-lines. Read the full article for more information.

 

Firm Client TechSandBox Launches Veterans’ Technology Entrepreneurship Program 08/19/2016

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Morse, Barnes-Brown & Pendleton sponsored organization and client, TechSandBox, announced its partnership with MassDevelopment and the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative (“MassTech”) in the launch of a new program for military veterans.  The Military Veteran Entrepreneurs in Technology program (“VET”) is for veterans who are starting and growing new ventures in innovation-focused sectors and will provide support via mentoring, networking, and advising, among other services.  TechSandBox Logo (M0654842xB1386)

Through its involvement with VET, TechSandBox will supply veterans with the necessary resources to create and foster successful startups.  Specifically, TechSandBox will document the needs of the veterans, deliver programming for entrepreneurial development, and provide a network of other entrepreneurs in which the veterans can interact.

The VET will serve veterans in the MetroWest region and the Commonwealth.  The program will begin with a pilot phase, which will last for 18 months.  MassDevelopment and MassTech provided a combined grant of $53,101 for the pilot program.  For more information about the program, view TechSandBox’s website.

TechSandBox is a technology incubator for innovation-driven companies.  Its mission is to accelerate the success of science and technology entrepreneurs.  MBBP is proud of its client’s community-focused approach and the commitment to veterans through this new program.

Firm Client Applied BioMath Recognized in Greater Boston’s 2016 Small Business of the Year Awards 08/02/2016

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MBBP is thrilled to announce that client Applied BioMath, LLC is one of ten winners of the 2016 Small Business of the Year Awards (SBOY), announced by The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.  The SBOY recognizes smaller for-profit companies within the Greater Boston area who possess product innovation, workplace excellence, community and social responsibility, strong financial performance, and achievement in management.Applied BioMath Logo (M0887167xB1386)

Applied BioMath, LLC was founded in 2013 with the goal of transforming the quality and the economics of drug invention by applying advanced mathematical analysis at critical decision points in the drug invention process.  The ten award winners will be recognized at the event “Nailed It: A Conversation with Successful Business Leaders”, which will be held on October 6th.

MBBP assisted Applied BioMath in drafting its various Service Agreements with customers, among other key legal services.  Congratulations to our client in what is sure to be one of many successes!

PULSE@Mass Challenge Now Open in Boston! 06/10/2016

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logo_mcPULSE@MassChallenge officially opened in Boston last week, adding to the already increasing number of digital health companies in the area.  MBBP’s Peter Barnes-Brown attended the ribbon cutting ceremony.

Read more about Peter’s thoughts on the growing digital health industry and about the company on our VCs & Startups Blog.

MBBP Co-Hosts Boston Innovation Start-Up Tour 2015 10/20/2015

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22249848936_72bdfc64e2_oEarlier this month, MBPP’s Robert Finkel co-hosted the Boston Innovation Start-Up Tour 2015, a three-day event organized by the IE-Club and the MIT Club of France. The Tour group of French entrepreneurs routed MIT Media Lab and CIC,  and attended  presentations, Q&As, and HUBweek events.

MBBP Client Selvita Establishes First U.S. Operations in Greater Boston Area 09/25/2015

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MBBP client, Selvita, recently announced an expansion into the Boston-area biotechnology and pharmaceutical market, as they open a fully-owned US subsidiary, Selvita Inc., headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Selvita is a leading global drug discovery company and the largest drug discovery company in Central and Eastern Europe. The new office, located at 485 Massachusetts Ave., will focus largely on expanding the company’s existing clients for its drug discovery services, as well as exploring and developing partnering opportunities.

“We are excited to celebrate the official opening of Selvita’s new office in Cambridge,” said Mike Kennealy, Acting President & CEO of the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, a state-funded investment agency that worked closely with Selvita on their location decision. “The company’s presence here will enable Selvita to make important contributions to the Massachusetts life sciences community and to drug development, in the world’s leading ecosystem for life sciences innovation and growth.”

Read the full news release here.

MBBP Client OYO Sports Acquires New Investors 10/20/2014

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OYO Sportstoys, Inc.MBBP client OYO Sports is getting noticed by investors and making strides towards innovative toys for kids. OYO, based in Acton, makes plastic “minifigure” toys that resemble star athletes, similar to the popular Lego toys. The local toy start-up company has raised $14 million in funding in the last year and has recently acquired a new investor. OYO’s newest investor is Mandalay Sports Media, a company chaired by Hollywood executive Peter Guber, who is also an owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the NBA’s Golden State Warriors. Local OYO investors include Atlas Venture and Boston Seed.

Learn more about where OYO came from and where they’re going in these recent articles by the Boston Globe and The Boston Business Journal.

Way to go, OYO!

 

BRInvenTeam Brews up an Eco-Friendly Invention for EurekaFest 06/25/2014

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By: Tracey Brenner

Lemelson-MIT hosted its eighth-annual EurekaFest June 20-21st, a celebration designed to empower the next generation of inventors by inspiring youth, honoring role models, and encouraging creativity and problem solving. Each EurekaFest Team, comprising high school students, educators and mentors, received up to $10,000 from the Lemelson-MIT Program to invent technological solutions to real-world problems of their own choosing.

Sixteen Teams, parsed into groups of four, presented their “pitch” to peers, teachers, and media in classrooms across the Stata Center at MIT the morning of June 20th. The young students, the most senior of which are now rising college freshmen, each handled themselves with youthful poise, enthusiasm, and eloquence.  Teams actively displayed a product prototype during the presentation. Prototypes included, from Benjamin Banneker Academic High School in Washington D.C., a safety device that attaches to a door to prevent it from opening in an emergency situation; from Elkin’s High School  in Missouri Texas, an automated disinfectant system for high-end 3D movie glasses; and from the School of Dreams Academy in Los Lunas, New Mexico, a system for detecting and alerting parked police officers of impending physical dangers.

In addition to displaying prototypes, Teams also described the need based/market-driven iterative ideation and development process in which they engaged, and touched on some of the ways they executed key to-market strategies. For example, students described building a well-balanced founding team, raising supplemental funds, securing support from the community/stakeholders, and, in some cases, conducting patentability studies and pursuing intellectual property protection. Students also answered a plethora of eager questions from and offered tips and advice to their peers.

This Lemelson-MIT Program is an example of collaborative cross-disciplinary STEM education reaching to its highest heights. May it incite and inspire educator and entrepreneur alike.

MBBP client Bridgewater-Raynham Regional Highschool’s InvenTeam was one of the 16 high schools nationwide to be selected for a $9,200 grant out of 250 applicants. Through this grant, the BR team has invented a device that separates and stores the materials of single-serve coffee pods allowing proper recycling and composting.

Congratulations Bridgewater Raynham InvenTeam!

Visit Bridgewater-Raynham’s site to make a donation or to learn more about their invention.

 

MBBP Co-Hosts ‘Best Practices for Powerful Relationships between Innovative Small Companies & Successful Large Companies’ 06/03/2014

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Tax Attorney Robert M FinkelMBBP’s Robert Finkel is pleased to co-host the Boston IE (Innovation and Enterprise) Club’s panel session, ‘Best Practices for Powerful Relationships Between Innovative Small Companies and Successful Large Companies’ on Monday, June 9th at the Venture Café at CIC. Registration is complimentary, please RSVP here.

The event will begin at 6:30pm with networking over refreshments followed by the panel session as well as an introduction to the recently-formed Boston IE Club, its plans and future programs – both domestic and international – based on its successful predecessors the Paris IE Club and the IE Clubs of Montreal and Tel-Aviv.

Other co-hosts include Alexander Bok, Maurice Khawam and David Ayache. Questions about the Boston IE Club and the Panel can be directed to Alexander Bok.

 

 

 

HGH Receives Innovation Award at Euronaval 2010 12/08/2010

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HGH Infrared SystemsDuring Euronaval 2010, a global meeting point of the international naval and maritime community, MBBP client HGH Infrared Systems received the Innovation Award for its panoramic infrared camera VIGISCAN. VIGISCAN, which has been named product of the Year by NASA Tech Briefs magazine, is already in operation in several military forces worldwide and has been supplied to over fifty units in Defense and Security markets.

Congratulations HGH!

MBBP Sponsors Cloud Innovation Showcase 11/09/2010

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On November 10th, MBBP will be sponsoring CloudInno 2010, a showcase that will bring together cloud computing innovators and customers to discuss stories from cloud adoption and usage, experiences and lessons learned from starting a cloud-based company and more.

The Showcase will be held November 10th at The Charles Hotel from 2:00 to 7:30 PM. For more information please visit Cloud Innovation Showcase.

To register for the event, click here.

Boston Named The Most Innovative City In The World 11/08/2010

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A recent study by Australian Innovation Agency 2thinknow called the Innovation Cities™ Program, named Boston the Most Innovative City in the United States and the world beating out international powerhouses Paris, Amsterdam and Vienna. They evaluated 289 cities and ranked them on a one to ten scale in three categories: cultural assets, human infrastructure, and networked markets. Boston was given the label of a “nexus”, which 2thinknow executive director Christopher Hire explains here:

Cities that have a high index score are nexus cities, followed by hub then node cities. Nexus and hub cities are the critical junctures of the innovation economy across multiple segments. We divide the urban economy into a pie, and assess the slices. A nexus city scores well in multiple segments of the urban innovation economy.
If Boston is “the most innovative city,” than we like to think we represent some of the “most innovative clients” in the Boston area! Please contact MBBP  at 781-622-5930 or visit our website to learn more about what types of companies we represent and what we can do for you.

For the full list of rankings, please visit Innovation Cities™.

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