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Startup-Interested Student Mixer

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Suffolk University

120 Tremont Street

Sargent Hall; 5th Floor

Boston, MA 02108

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Join us for our startup-interested student mixer! This event is open to any juniors, seniors, and grad students, from any Boston-area university, with a serious interest in starting or joining a startup.

Meet potential cofounders through a series of small group discussions and get connected to the broader Boston startup community.

This event is one of 60+ free events Startup Boston Week is organizing to connect, educate, and celebrate the startup community, September 16–20 — a great opportunity for student entrepreneurs to meet and learn from serial entrepreneurs, investors, and startup veterans.

NOTE: We WILL be checking Student IDs at the door, so make sure you bring yours!

This event is part of the Startup Community Track at Startup Boston Week 2019.




This is a Startup Boston Week event.

Startup Boston Week is a free, five-day series of events celebrating, educating, and connecting entrepreneurs in Boston. Taking place from September 16–20, 2019 Startup Boston Week brings entrepreneurs, company leaders, innovators, and industry experts together to foster collaboration and fuel growth in Boston's startup ecosystem.

Thank you to our event partners!

About Matter:

Matter is a Brand Elevation Agency unifying public relations, social media, creative services, and search and digital marketing into strategic, content-rich communications campaigns that inspire action and build value. With 15 years of experience working with companies ranging from startups to large enterprises, we understand the fast speed and challenges inherent in marketing a new brand. Whether you’re building a business or growing a brand, we can help you achieve the success you deserve.

About Suffolk University:

Suffolk University offers a wide range of undergraduate, graduate, and law degree programs with real-world experience at their cores. Accessibility is in our DNA, which is why we offer flexible ways to learn, from part-time and evening schedules to certificates for working professionals and online classes. And our small class sizes allow faculty to learn each student's name, recognize his or her potential, and build important mentoring relationships.


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Boston, MA 02108

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