Connect with the 128 Boston Finalists — Witness 26 Expert Pitches
Over 2300 entrepreneurs applied their startups to our 2015 MassChallenge accelerator program. On October 28th, youll get to meet the 128 that made the cut.
Marijuana potency sensors, bracelets that shock good habits into you, swarms of drones that keep an eye out on the ocean floor, and even unshrinking your sweaters in time for #sweaterweather, the depth and breadth of the 2015 MassChallenge startups is incredible. The industries the 2015 Finalists are looking to disrupt are so diverse that there is bound to be something that tickles your fancy at the 2015 Awards Ceremony.
If you thought that the showcase was a bit overwhelming, youll be able to see 26 intense pitches from the winning MassChallenge startups. These final 26 are in it to win the big bucks, over $1.5M in equity free cash.
2) Compelling Keynotes
Like yogurt? Then youll love our line up of inspiring keynotes. The CEO of Chobani, Hamdi Ulukaya, will be headlining #MCAwards15 to share his founding story with the innovation community. From starting up in Turkey, to making it big in New York, Hamdis story is the textbook example of the entrepreneurial dream and we cant to learn how he catalyzes massive impact!
Hamdi will also be joined by Governor Charlie Baker and Mayor Marty Walsh who will discuss the many ways in which Massachusetts is quickly become the worlds greatest startup hub.
3) Join a top community of entrepreneurs and innovators.
Everybody who is anybody in the innovation industry will gather at the Boston Convention Center for the MassChallenge Awards Ceremony. This is your opportunity to rub elbows with influencers and decision-makers from leading organizations such as Pepsi, Microsoft, Verizon, Fidelity, American Airlines, EMC, and more.
Adding to the most powerful room in town are the ecosystems top VCs, Angel Investors, and startup companies. #MCAwards15 is your chance to be part of an all-star group of Innovation A-Listers and cheer on the amazing innovations from the worlds most promising startup companies.
What are you waiting for?