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Top Boston Events to Attend Before the End of the Year


In this busy and hectic world we live it is virtually impossible to keep track of all the cool design conferences and events which happen around where you live and work every day. For this very reason we decided to put together a quick little list of conferences and events that entrepreneurs, marketers, hackers, designers, movers and shakers in Greater Boston Area should attend during December 2012. It’s tough to keep track of all these events during the holidays so we thought we’d put them all in one comprehensive list. We’ll try to do this every month for you guys! Without further ado here they are:

Every Thursday Involution Studios Open Office Hours

Every Thursday from 4pm-6pm Involution Studios invites you to drop by their office to chat about design expertise, get a software design critique, build some bloxes and have fun with your colleagues and friends.

WebInno Conference on Dec 3rd, 2012

A quarterly gathering of entrepreneurs, developers, creatives, startup geeks, and technology executives – all inspired by web and mobile innovation.

Legal Land Mines When Starting A Startup on Dec 4th, 2012

In this free class for entrepreneurs, you’ll learn how to avoid the most common costly legal mistakes when starting your company from Mick Bain and Janene Asgeirsson, two experts on start-up law from WilmerHale. If you misstep early, it could cost you BIG later, making it more challenging or even impossible to build a successful business.

Practical and Realistic SEO on Dec 4th, 2012

In this class, you’ll lean about the honest, content-driven way to get your site in the browsers of the users who are looking for it. There are no silver bullets – just clear advice on title tags, meta tags, urls, keywords, site organization, and most importantly, content.

15th Annual MIT Venture Capital Conference on Dec 8th, 2012

In this all day event, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs and students will come together around fast-paced panels and hard hitting keynotes dealing with the intersection of entrepreneurship and venture capital.

Innovation Series Event: Brewing up Bucks on Dec 10, 2012

As you know in Boston, beer is an incredibly entrepreneurial business.  With an estimated 1200 new breweries opening this year, the craft beer industry is on pace to expand by a third, and here in Boston, we’re in the thick of a micro/nano-brew explosion. Come hear panelists representing just a few of the dozens of local breweries talk about starting up their companies and  their business models — in an increasingly competitive sector.

Environmental Design on the Web on Dec 11, 2012

Our very own Senior User Interface Designer and Developer Tim Wright will give a talk at Boston Web Performance Meetup about how we arrived at responsive design as a solution, which problems it solves, and its role in our broader goal to create a truly context-aware design and development model.

New Web Technologies Which Will Transform 2013 on Dec 13, 2012

In this class, we’ll look at the exciting and brand new web technologies Mozilla, Opera, and Google are working on right now which will literally transform the web in 2013. From face recognition, to image and audio processing, to webAPIs we’ll show you demos and capabilities of the latest and greatest technologies which will bring the mobile web user experience to the next-level!

Creative Mornings Boston with Matt Gill on Dec 14, 2012

Creative Mornings is a monthly morning gathering for creative types. Each event includes a 20 minute lecture, followed by a 20 minute group discussion. For this month’s event Matt Gill of MICA Consulting Group. Free tickets will be available Monday, December 10th, starting at 7:00 AM.

We hope we didn’t miss any, but in case we did please feel free to add any other important ones in the comments below. 

We hope you enjoy these events on this last mont of the year in the middle of all the holiday craziness. We plan on going to a number of these ourselves, so maybe see you there!



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