|The #MIN99 Crowd Starting to Fill the Thelma D Burns Building|
|Mayor Marty Walsh|
Instead of the usual four presenters chosen for the night, this time we had five and I enjoyed all of them. The five companies presenting were:
FabLabs for America's mission is to provide widespread access to advanced means for digital fabrication -- things like laser cutters, precision milling machines, and specialized software for integrated design and project management. They began as an outreach project from MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA) and quickly spread from Boston to the rest of the world.
|Donzlyn Stephenson FABLabsforAmerica|
|Kids in Tech|
Black Girls Nutrition provides a web-based application that tailors nutrition information and messaging around dieting to support the Millennial generation of Women of Color in adopting a healthy lifestyle that is culturally relevant. It also connects them with other dieters. They aim to make eating and living healthy a social experience that integrates seamlessly into young women's daily lives. When a healthy lifestyle becomes the easy choice, more people choose it.
|Black Girls Nutrition|
|MOON Selfie Light|
Once company that made an impression on me was Dolume, a project management consultant group that emphasizes multi-disciplinary collaboration, innovation, creativity, and Agile methods in helping their clients manage projects.
|Experts Looking Expert -- And Loving Boston|