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Terms of Use Posted on Feb 19

Thank you for using the MassInnovation Blog. We hope that the MassInnovation Blog been informative and made your dealings with your state government easier and more efficient. Users Agree to These Terms. This document contains terms of use for Mass Innovation Blog. By using the   …Continue Reading Terms of Use

Contributors Posted on Jan 28

Contributors

Antonio “Tony” Parham, Government Innovation Officer Antonio M. Parham (“Tony”) is an experienced executive, with a track record of leading high profile initiatives.  He is a strategic planner and self-starter, proficient at business plan creation, partnership development, new venture creation, assembling high performance teams, managing extended   …Continue Reading Contributors

Governor Declares April 13, 2010 Robotics Innovation Day Posted on Apr 13

The following is the full text of a proclamation by Governor Deval L. Patrick     Whereas Robotics is a leading innovation industry and the Massachusetts robotics cluster is one of the largest in the world with more than eighty companies having a combined billion dollars   …Continue Reading Governor Declares April 13, 2010 Robotics Innovation Day

Health Information Technology: Creating Jobs, Reducing Costs, and Improving Quality Posted on Apr 12

Health Information Technology: Creating Jobs, Reducing Costs, and Improving Quality

Posted by: Secretary Gregory Bialecki, Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development I wanted to make you aware of a national conference, hosted by Governor Deval L. Patrick , “Health Information Technology: Creating Jobs, Reducing Costs, and Improving Quality.”  As you know, Massachusetts is a   …Continue Reading Health Information Technology: Creating Jobs, Reducing Costs, and Improving Quality

Governor Declares February 23rd, 2010 Entrepreneurship Day in Massachusetts Posted on Feb 24

Governor Declares February 23rd, 2010 Entrepreneurship Day in Massachusetts

At the Mass “It’s All Here” Start Here event, attended by hundreds of entrepreneurs and business leaders, Governor Patrick declared February 23 “Massachusetts Entrepreneurship Day,” and officially broke ground on the new Cambridge Innovation Center space which, thanks to new growth and high demand, will   …Continue Reading Governor Declares February 23rd, 2010 Entrepreneurship Day in Massachusetts

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The Revolution of Inclusion Posted on Aug 14

The Revolution of Inclusion

Posted by: Secretary Gregory Bialecki, Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development Scott Kirsner’s excellent blog post entitled “The Cultural Revolution” made a number of good points, but there was one in particular that I wanted to expand upon. Scott correctly observes that some of   …Continue Reading The Revolution of Inclusion

Innovation is Our Future Posted on Aug 4

Innovation is Our Future

 Posted by: Pat Larkin, Director of MTC's John Adams Innovation Institute  Thanks to our long tradition of innovation and our vibrant innovation ecosystem, Massachusetts has benefited disproportionately from this country’s innovation infrastructure. Our universities, companies, entrepreneurs, and financiers, on their own, without a grand plan,   …Continue Reading Innovation is Our Future

To compete, or not to compete …. continued Posted on Jul 30

To compete, or not to compete …. continued

Posted by: Secretary Gregory Bialecki, Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development I have seen a number of responses to my blog entry on non-competes earlier this week, including one Tweet that summarized it as "Bialecki…argues for the status quo." I don't think that's what   …Continue Reading To compete, or not to compete …. continued

To compete, or not to compete? Posted on Jul 28

To compete, or not to compete?

Posted by: Secretary Gregory Bialecki, Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development I have been asked via blog comments and email to talk about the Administration's views on non-compete clauses under Massachusetts law. So here goes… We are aware of the arguments in favor of changing   …Continue Reading To compete, or not to compete?