Catch Paula Long at Xconomy’s Enterprise Tech Strikes Back
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that New England is home to one of the most high-growth technology communities in the country. With an active startup scene, a history of organizations leading their respective fields and top universities encouraging new talent to grow in the area, teams that hail from the region are poised for success. In recent years and even months, with organizations announcing major merger and acquisition (M&A) news and companies exploring a new wave of intelligent and data-aware infrastructure solutions, the pool of technology resources in Boston and New England has become more accessible than ever before.
As this climate evolves, however, competition between IT organizations is growing as well. Startups, legacy vendors and investors face new business opportunities and challenges daily, some of which could make or break the success of their organizations, depending on how the situation is approached. One upcoming event hosted by Xconomy on December 2 will dive into the factors that companies need to thrive in the New England economy, with a goal of learning how this formula for success can be applied in other communities.
The conference, titled “Enterprise Tech Strikes Back,” brings together serial entrepreneurs from Boston and New England, including DataGravity CEO and Co-founder Paula Long. Greg Huang, Xconomy editor, writes about the event, “A new era of enterprise technology seems to be upon us. Tech companies have fresh spins on traditional-sounding fields, and investment is pouring into the sectors that Boston historically does best.”
If you’re planning to attend, be sure to catch Paula’s session to learn more about her experience as a repeat entrepreneur and her tips for applying lessons she’s learned to companies in every other industry.
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