|Our Host for #MIN36|
Space with a Soul
|Waiting for the Presentations|
|Ready to Tweet|
Ever notice that too much information can be just as bad as none? Want to turn your social media clutter into real conversations? SMAK gives you one place to view, sort, group and manage your relationships across all your networks. That's right, no more Alt-Tab. SMAK lets you put all your social media in one place and sort it so you can prioritize your day.
|Splashscore Had the Best Stickers|
Imagine the Mass Innovation Nights Experts Corner but online and with even more excellent experts. That's the idea behind mosaicHUB (@mosaicHub): supporting entrepreneurs. An online community built on trust connects you with service providers and mentors as well as other entrepreneurs. Community members share recommendations, advice and experience and find expert help, answers and resources, all in one place. It's like having the Experts Corner at your fingertips all the time! And they were giving away free t-shirts if you signed up that night. The team looked good in their matching t-shirts and the funky lighting.
|Me Two You|
|Tote Bag from|
by Project Repat
|Ben's Bicycle Bling from LifeCycle|
|Checking out Schedit|
Lots of folks were checking out Sched.it (@SCHEDITBoston), a hyper social event listings calendar. Which events are trending? Male/female ratio? Who's going? All things you want to know about an event. It adds a social layer to the Boston.com events listings.
|Nexly in Action|
|Strides Against Stigma|
Families for Depression Awareness was there to launch its inaugural event, Strides Against Stigma, a walk-a-thon dedicated to building a community to erase the stigma of depression.
|Disco Ball in Action|
|The Crowd Building|
As always, the experts looked very expert. Eileen and Julia from KCSA Strategic Communications posed for the traditional Experts Looking Expert photo.
|Experts Looking Expert|