San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Kendall Square Association's Third Thursday events are back for 2013!
We invite you to join us and co-hosts the American Red Cross of Eastern Massachusetts and HubSpot for post-holiday cheer, free food, and good old fashioned Kendall Square bumpin' and connectin'. It is a perfect opportunity to meet more of your neighbors, interact with the folks from Hubspot, a Kendall Square start-up success story, and see the Red Cross' disaster operations center firsthand. And when you come, help out the Red Cross by bringing a package of new socks, any size (they need them to donate to people in need) - you'll be entered in a raffle to win prizes that evening!
Space is limited, so RSVP as soon as possible. We look forward to seeing you next Thursday!
About our co-hosts:
HubSpot was founded next door to the American Red Cross in the Cambridge Innovation Center. Now in its headquarters on First Street, HubSpot is on a mission to replace the world’s annoying, interruptive marketing with marketing that people love. HubSpot software is the most powerful, tightly integrated and comprehensive marketing software available, putting personalized inbound marketing into the hands of any business.
The American Red Cross of Eastern Massachusetts operates the largest food pantry in New England; provides disaster relief in the 181 communities in Eastern Massachusetts and educates thousands of adults, students and seniors about preparedness. The American Red Cross will help nearly 1,000 families this year who have lost everything after a disaster this year.
When & Where
Kendall Square Association
The Kendall Square Association has more than 120 member institutions located in Kendall Square, including global leaders such as Google, Microsoft, VMWare, Amgen, Biogen Idec, Genzyme and Novartis. Our goal is to support all aspects of business and civic growth in the area, and ensure that Kendall Square remains the place where the world gathers to develop breakthrough discoveries that positively impact our society.
To learn more, please visit: http://www.kendallsq.org/