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6:45 PM, Tuesday 15 July, 2014

BOSTON HARBOR SUNSET CRUISE & Networking Evening

Cruise location: Rowes Wharf, behind the Boston Harbor Hotel on Atlantic Ave.

M/V Freedom PhotoIEEE Boston Entrepreneurs’ Network will hold its 12th annual Sunset Cruise & Networking Evening on Boston Harbor, on Tuesday, July 15, 2014.  We board the boat at 6:45 p.m., and cruise from 7:15-9:30, with additional networking on the boat dockside until 10:15pm. The event includes a light dinner catered again this year by the well respected Off the Vine Catering, who received many compliments for the food the last three years. There will also be a cash bar.

Our ENET Sunset Cruise on Boston Harbor will be an enjoyable, casual wrap-up for the ENET 2013-2014 season, our 22nd year. We again expect over 150 attendees and guests. To enhance the networking opportunities, we have invited all ENET speakers whose presentations you enjoyed during the past year. We have also invited a number of angel and early stage venture capital investors to join us on the cruise. We will also be joined by members and guests of three other Massachusetts technology-based entrepreneurial groups, who are partnering with ENET for this “EntrepreneurShip 2014”: MDG – Medical Development Group, Oasis Outsourcing and the EntreTech Forum.

We will be cruising on the Mass Bay Lines’ M/V Freedom, a 100-foot twin hulled catamaran that is the perfect setting for ENET’s annual yearend gala. Two decks are climate controlled for year round comfort, with the third deck open aired to enhance our outing. The Freedom is berthed at Rowes Wharf, behind the Boston Harbor Hotel on Atlantic Ave. in Boston. Parking is available for $7 at International Place garage across the street from Rowes Wharf and there are two “T” stops nearby. SPACE IS LIMITED. So, you are encouraged to register soon so you won’t miss out.

Our sponsors for this cruise are:

The Medical Development Group (MDG), http://www.mdgboston.org

The EntreTech Forum, http://www.entretechforum.org

Oasis Outsourcing, Employment Administration and Benefits, Peter E. O'Neil, 617 817-7844.

 

Registration will begin on May 5th, 2014. You can register at the ENET meeting on May 6th, by mail or at the ENET website. Your seat can be saved only by paid-up registration. For ENET Members, the price is just $30 for the Member, and $20 for his/her spouse or significant other. For non-members of ENET, spouses/significant others, or guests, the price is $45. If you join ENET now, you can get the above Member Rates for the boat cruise for yourself and spouse/significant other, and ENET Membership through August 31, 2015. Membership cost is $75 for existing IEEE member (we need your IEEE membership number) and $85 for all others. Thus, IEEE members SAVE $40 by joining the ENET for this event and attending the cruise with your spouse or significant other.

For additional information and to register: Go to the ENET website www.boston-enet.org on or after May 5, 2014. You can register or pay online or you can print and complete the form, and mail it with your check made payable to “IEEE Entrepreneurs’ Network” to ENET Chairman and Boat Cruise coordinator, Robert Adelson, Engel & Schultz, LLP, One Federal Street, 21st Floor, Boston, MA 02110. For payment confirmation or questions (or to obtain forms if not available at the website), contact Robert Adelson, Chairman of ENET and Boat Cruise coordinator. His email is: radelson@engelschultz.com or if necessary call 617-951-9980 ext. 205 or fax 617-951-0048. This will be our 12h annual boat cruise. Earlier attendees have really enjoyed this great event. We hope you will join us July 15th!


Entrepreneurs’ Network and Young Professionals

6:00 PM, Tuesday, 17 June

Meet-Up and Open Mike Night - Share Your Best-and Worst-Founder Experiences at Startup

Everyone has them-tales of their greatest triumphs and most embarrassing moments as a startup founder. Come share your triumphs and challenges at Startup Open Mike Night with people who have experienced similar lows and highs. Join us for networking, free pizza, sharing your entrepreneurial experiences and learning from others.

Would you like to share your story? Please call (770) 580-ENET and leave a 2-minute voice mail briefly outlining your story. Include your name, company, email, and phone number. If selected, you will be notified in May!

NOTE: This meeting is cosponsored by IEEE Young Professionals.

Christina Inge PhotoMeeting Organizer: Christina Inge, Senior Director of Marketing, EdTrips, Inc., http://www.edtrips.com cj.inge@gmail.com, Twitter: @christinainge, LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/christinainge

Christina is a digital and content professional focused on helping companies get more customers via their web presence. She creates marketing strategy, including complete rebranding and overhaul of marketing processes, infrastructure and content channels. She has a strong return on investment track record. Her experience includes building strategic marketing programs, leading and mentoring teams and building consensus. She is a widely quoted international speaker on web analytics, social media, nonprofit development and search marketing. Her awards include the Social Media Society Media Star Award and the FutureM Future of Marketing Awards for 2011.

When: Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

Where: Microsoft Technology Center, One Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA. 02142 Phone: (781) 487-6400

The One Cambridge Center GENERAL ENTRANCE is on Main Street, Cambridge, across from the Kendall Square Post Office. Exit Kendall Square T Station to Main Street. Once you exit the station, head down the Marriott side of Main Street going in the direction of Boston/the Longfellow Bridge. You will pass a Chipotle on your left and Boston Properties, which has a blue awning. The One Cambridge Center entrance is located next to the Boston Properties entrance. Enter through the glass revolving door and proceed to the Microsoft facilities on the second floor. See also: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/mtc/locations/boston_directions.aspx

Meeting location: Microsoft Technology Center, One Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA. 02142

Note: There is also a direct Microsoft entrance across from the rotary at the confluence of Main Street and Broadway.

Cost: Admission is free. Free Pizza and soft drinks will be served. Advanced registration is requested

For more information, visit www.boston-enet.org


6:30 PM, Tuesday, 3 June

Exit Strategies for Success

You are one of them. a dedicated entrepreneur, who has poured her heart and sweat into the venture. Does this single minded dedication to launch and grow the business have to exclude thoughts of potential future exits? On the contrary, an exit strategy is an important element of the overall business strategy that describes the vision of how you will eventually capitalize on your investment. This is important because the decisions about how you structure and operate the business can have huge implications down the road.

Let us hear from our experienced panelists, who have participated in successful exits that have come in various sizes and forms. Let us talk about exit strategy planning and hear what exits look and feel like in real life to an entrepreneur, lawyer and an investor.

Our meeting will be held at Constant Contact, Inc., 1601 Trapelo Rd., 3RD Floor, The Great Room, Waltham, MA (Exit 28B, I-95/Route 128) with a PREMEETING DINNER at 5:15 PM (sharp) at Bertucci’s, Waltham.

Julio Vega, Partner, Bingham McCuthchen, LLP, http://www.bingham.com

Julio Vega PhotoJulio Vega regularly counsels startups on equity-based compensation matters, equity finance strategy, executive employment arrangements, general business strategy and other general corporate issues. Julio concentrates on corporate and securities law, with an emphasis on venture capital transactions, mergers and acquisitions, public offerings such as IPOs, joint ventures, strategic alliances, and licensing transactions. He represents emerging growth companies and established businesses in all areas of technology, including advanced materials, biotechnology, e-commerce, nanotechnology, networking, software and telecommunications. He frequently speaks on securities laws, mergers and acquisitions, and public and private equity and debt financing.

Julio is now with Bingham’s Boston Office. He has previously worked in the firm’s London office on international financing transactions and is fluent in Spanish. He is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business and earned his JD from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

Plus two additional panelists - watch our web site for updates !!

Moderator: Praveen Bansal, M.S, CEO, TFC BioSciences

Praveen Bansal PhotoPraveen Bansal is the Founder and CEO of TFC BioSciences, Inc., a Worcester-based life sciences company with a mission to develop and commercialize smart tools for Drug Discovery. Prior to founding TFC BioSciences, she served as the Program Manager for the ADME/Tox market segment at Tecan, Inc., responsible for the development and global commercialization of fully validated, automated ADME/Tox platform solutions to market. She also held multiple positions at Millennium Pharmaceuticals in drug discovery and development. Prior to Millennium, she was involved with oncology target research at ImmunoGen.

She received her M.S. in Immunology and Preventive Medicine from Iowa State University, an M.S. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and a Bachelors in Pharmacy from the vCollege of Pharmacy, Indore, India.

Meeting Location: Constant Contact, Inc., 1601 Trapelo Rd., 3RD Floor, The Great Room, Waltham, MA (Exit 28B, I-95/Route 128) PRE-MEETING Pay-as-you-go DINNER at 5:15 PM (sharp) at Bertucci’s, Waltham.

Information: Boston Entrepreneurs’ Network Website at ( http://www.boston-enet.org )

Directions: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp

Reservations: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members, $20 for non-members and $10 for students with a current university ID. No reservations are needed for the dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.


7:00 PM, Tuesday, 6 May

Raising Money from CrowdFunding

Early stage entrepreneurs face long odds seeking funding from angels or VCs. In recent years, there has been increasing interest in new methods of online financing and " crowdfundng" as a new means to bridge the funding gap. Crowdfunding is a means of raising capital through numerous small donors from the public often online, rather than working privately to raise large amounts from a small number of wealthy donors. Our May meeting will explore crowdfunding from two separate approaches, with the focus of the meeting on the second approach – equity or securities-based crowdfunding.

The first approach to crowdfinding is donation or “rewards based”. It utilizes recently developed websites – online platforms including Kickstarter, Indiegogo and RocketHub, where artists and entrepreneurs mount campaigns to seek online donations or presale products, generally offering rewards for donations but no debt or equity. These kinds of fundraising campaigns were discussed in depth at the April 17, 2013 ENET meeting including two speakers who had mounted successful kickstarter campaigns. Their slides are available in the ENET meeting archives at http://www.boston-enet.org/meetings/meeting-archives

Our May 6th ENET meeting will focus on the second approach - “securities or equity based” crowdfunding, authorized in the U.S. by the JOBS Act of April 2012. The law would allow entrepreneurs to raise up to $1 million from small investors through registered broker dealers or newly authorized "investor portals". The contributors would receive either equity or debt securities for their investments, with the money refundable if fundraising target is not met. However, for implementation of this second approach, the SEC has to first issue regulations to implement the law to make it completely effective. To date, Title II of the JOBS Act is effective. Title II allows for much broader general solicitations and the registration of funding portals, with funding at this stage only by accredited investors. When implemented, Title III of the JOBS Act would allow investment in startup companies by the general public within certain annual limitations based on the non-accredited investor’s income. There is expectation that SEC may issue final regulations which would implement Title III as early as this summer 2014.

We feature two speakers who are top authorities in this field. One speaker, Mike Norman, who lobbied hard for the JOBS Act, was present at its signing, and is Co-founder and President of WeFunder, a leading securities based investor portal. HIs company has made 13 investments since the law went into effect. Mike will lead discussion on the different investment portals and the state of SEC progress on Title III implementation. Our second speaker, Christopher Mirabile, who is co-Managing Director of Launchpad Venture Group, the largest angel group in New England and top-three ranked group in the U.S., has spoken frequently on crowdfunding’s strengths and pitfalls for early stage entrepreneurs. He will offer his own comments on funding portals and provide tips for entrepreneurs considering crowdfunding. ENET’s Chairman and startup attorney Robert Adelson will moderate the presentations.

Christopher Mirabile PhotoSpeaker: Christopher Mirabile, Co-Managing Director of Launchpad Venture Group, http://www.launchpadventures.com a venture investment group focused on seed and early-stage investments in technology-oriented companies. He is a full-time angel and an active member of the Boston-area angel investing community with investments in more than 40 start-up companies. He was named one of XConomy's "Top Angel Investors in New England." Christopher is an adjunct lecturer in the MBA program at Babson's Olin School of Business, a regular advisor and mentor to start-ups, and a frequent panelist and speaker. He is a founder of Seraf, a financial services start-up based in Boston. He is a member of the Board of Directors or Board of Advisors of numerous start-up companies as well as several non-profits, including serving on the board of the Angel Capital Association. Christopher has served as a public company CFO with IONA Technologies PLC, a corporate and securities lawyer with Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault and as a management consultant with Price Waterhouse's Strategic Consulting Group.

 

Michael Norman PhotoSpeaker: Michael Norman, President of WeFunder, http://www.wefunder.com/

Mike Norman is the Cofounder and President of the crowd investing platform Wefunder.com. Wefunder is a Y Combinator Alum with a 26,000 member investor community and a portfolio that includes other YC companies and an operational flying car. Mike helped craft the crowdfunding portion of the JOBS Act and watched Obama sign it into law at the White House. Prior to Wefunder Mike founded SoChange, a web and mobile platform where consumers use their spending to convince companies to improve their social or environmental performance. He holds an MBA from MIT Sloan and has represented the USA as part of the national San Shou kickboxing team.

 

Robert Adelson PhotoModerator: Robert Adelson, business and tax attorney and partner at the Boston law firm of Engel & Schultz LLP (www.ExecutiveEmploymentAttorney.com ), and Chairman of IEEE Boston Entrepreneurs’ Network. Rob has been an attorney for over 30 years specializing in business, tax, stock and options, employment, contracts, financings, trademarks and intellectual property. Rob began as an associate at major New York law firms before returning home to Boston in 1985 where he has since been a partner in small and medium sized firms before joining his present firm in 2004. Rob represents entrepreneurs, start-ups and small companies, independent contractors and employees and executives. Rob is a frequent speaker on business law topics and author of numerous articles published in Boston Business Journal, Mass High Tech and other publications. He has been named among the “Top 20 Boston Startup Lawyers” by ChubbyBrain.com, a website that provides tools for entrepreneurs. Rob has been on the ENET Board since 2002 and Chairman since 2009 and is also a Board member of the 128 Innovation Capital Group. He holds degrees from Boston University, B.A., summa cum laude, Northwestern University (Chicago), J.D., Law Review, and New York University, LL.M. in Taxation.

Meeting Location: Constant Contact, Inc., 1601 Trapelo Rd., 3RD Floor, The Great Room, Waltham, MA (Exit 28B, I-95/Route 128) PRE-MEETING Pay-as-you-go DINNER at 5:15 PM (sharp) at Bertucci’s, Waltham.

Information: Boston Entrepreneurs’ Network Website at ( http://www.boston-enet.org )

Directions: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp

Reservations: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members, $20 for non-members and $10 for students with a current university ID. No reservations are needed for the dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.


Entrepreneurs’ Network, Cambridge Meeting

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM, Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Overcoming Challenges Starting A Life Science Company

Not unlike any start up, a Life Science start up has challenges that include raising capital, building strategic partnerships, recruiting, motivating and retaining top scientific talent and compliance with regulatory bodies and commercialization. Yet, consider the following: It typically takes 10-15 years and a $1B (that's B for a billion) to get a drug on the market. The medical device market is a 5 -sided market that includes the patient, physician, provider, payer and regulator. Yes, starting a Life Science business is a daunting task, to say the least, and comes with its unique challenges. Lucky for us, we are in Boston, the biotech hub and the slew of Life Science IPOs lately reassures that starting a life science company and growing it to its greatness is worth every bit of our passion and time.

Join us as we listen to our fellow inhabitants of this life science ecosystem, as they share their own experiences as entrepreneurs and investors. Our panelists will shed light on strategies about capital raising, strategic licensing and alliances and commercial considerations.

Speaker: Pravin R. Chaturvedi, Ph.D., CEO, IndUS Pharmaceuticals, http://www.induspharm.com/

 Pravin R. Chaturvedi PhotoDr. Chaturvedi currently maintains multiple roles as the Chief Executive Officer of Boston-based IndUS Pharmaceuticals and Florida-based Oceanyx Pharmaceuticals. He is also the Chief Scientific Officer of San Francisco-based Napo Pharmaceuticals. He is a serial entrepreneur and has been the founder or co-founder of Oceanyx, IndUS and Scion Pharmaceuticals. Dr. Chaturvedi has served or currently remains on the boards of Scion, TiE Boston, IndUS, Sindu, Oceanyx, FuelEd and Cellanyx. He also serves as an advisory board member to TFC Biosciences and is the Chair of the Research Advisory Council for the Health Sciences Center of West Virginia University. He is also serves as an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown Medical School.

Over his 25+ year career, Dr. Chaturvedi has participated or led the discovery and/or development activities for several new chemical entities (NCEs), culminating in the successful development and commercialization of seven new drugs that are currently marketed by various companies. Prior to founding Oceanyx, IndUS and Scion Pharmaceuticals, Dr. Chaturvedi, spent several years at Vertex Pharmaceuticals as the Head of Lead Evaluation. Prior to Vertex, he was in the preclinical group at Alkermes and he started his R&D career in the Product Development group at Parke-Davis/Warner-Lambert Company (now Pfizer). Dr. Chaturvedi holds a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences from West Virginia University and a Bachelor’s in Pharmacy from the University of Bombay.

Speaker: Imran Nassarullah, M.S, J.D, C.L.P., Head of Strategic Alliances, T1D Exchange, https://unitio.org/pages/t1d-exchange/

Imran Nassarullah PhotoImran is the Head of Strategic Alliances for T1D Exchange where he leads business development and strategic alliances. Imran brings over 20 years of business development, IP and licensing experience crossing both corporate and academic spheres. Imran brings a rich synthesis of life sciences corporate development (emerging and early stage), intellectual property and licensing, and policy experience. Prior to joining T1D Exchange, Imran was the Chief Business Officer for the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council, where he was responsible for building MassBio's business development and investor outreach programs to enable members companies raise capital and identify strategic partnering and licensing opportunities. Prior to MassBio, Imran worked for Genzyme Genetics, a wholly owned subsidiary of Genzyme Corporation focused on molecular diagnostics. Imran served as a Director of Business Development and Licensing for oncology and women’s health. Previous to working at Genzyme, Imran worked for Millennium Pharmaceuticals as a Director of BD&L within Millennium Corporate Development. While there, Imran focused on Millennium’s R&D platform, Inflammation and Oncology franchises, and Velcade. Earlier in Imran’s career, he served as a director of licensing for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and the Mayo Clinic.

Speaker: Lisa Sasso, MBA, CPCC, ACC, Director, Medical Development Group

Lisa Sasso PhotoLisa Sasso Partners, LLC (MDP) and is a founder of the Medical Development Group. Prior to MDP, Lisa was the co-founder of Radi Medical Systems, Inc., a high tech medical device distributor specializing in innovative cardiology products. During her six-year tenure as President/CEO, she grew the company from inception to revenues of $28M with profitability. Lisa’s vision and strategic direction were responsible for the company’s explosive annual triple digit growth. Lisa built a seasoned Medical Device sales force with more than 550 years of combined sales experience. Motivated by excitement for new technologies, she built strong physician advisory boards and a seasoned clinical/sales team. Lisa and her team ultimately helped healthcare professionals make more informed treatment decisions resulting in better patient care. Lisa was recognized for her efforts and ranked #28 out of 100 Women Led Businesses in Massachusetts in 2004.

As the founder of Medical Development Partners, she is passionate about helping entrepreneurial medical “start-ups start up”. With a focus on business planning and execution, she brings strategic thinking to both clients and their companies. Her vision and values have been instrumental in helping international companies successfully commercialize products in the United States.

Lisa is the past President of Medical Development Group of Boston and currently serves on the Board of Directors. Lisa served on the Board of Scitent, a medical education and training company. She is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) where she received her Associate Certified Coach (ACC) certification. She was recently elected to the ICF New England Board where she will also continue to serve as an active marketing committee member. Lisa has been invited to join the Strategic Board of the North Shore Technology Council. Finally, Lisa also speaks professionally to motivate and inspire individuals in organizations and companies.

Moderator: Praveen Bansal, M.S, CEO, TFC BioSciences

Praveen Bansal PhotoPraveen Bansal is the Founder and CEO of TFC BioSciences, Inc., a Worcester-based life sciences company with a mission to develop and commercialize smart tools for Drug Discovery. Prior to founding TFC BioSciences, she served as the Program Manager for the ADME/Tox market segment at Tecan, Inc., responsible for the development and global commercialization of fully validated, automated ADME/Tox platform solutions to market. She also held multiple positions at Millennium Pharmaceuticals in drug discovery and development. Prior to Millennium, she was involved with oncology target research at ImmunoGen.

She received her M.S. in Immunology and Preventive Medicine from Iowa State University, an M.S. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and a Bachelors in Pharmacy from College of Pharmacy, Indore, India.

Where: Microsoft Technology Center, One Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA. 02142 Phone: (781) 487-6400

The One Cambridge Center GENERAL ENTRANCE is on Main Street, Cambridge, across from the Kendall Square Post Office. Exit Kendall Square T Station to Main Street. Once you exit the station, head down the Marriott side of Main Street going in the direction of Boston/the Longfellow Bridge. You will pass a Chipotle on your left and Boston Properties, which has a blue awning. The One Cambridge Center entrance is located next to the Boston Properties entrance. Enter through the glass revolving door and proceed to the Microsoft facilities on the second floor. See also:

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/mtc/locations/boston_directions.aspx

Note: There is also a direct Microsoft entrance across from the rotary at the confluence of Main Street and Broadway.

Cost: Free for ENET members and nonmembers as well.


7:00 PM, Tuesday, 1 April

Winning Investors with your Pitch and Presentation

The investor presentation is your primary vehicle for conveying an organized thought process to investors about your business, team, and pathway to success. Entrepreneurs need well-conceived investor presentations and executive summaries to get the attention of investors, and build interest in their business. Our panel consists of three successful investors (venture capitalists & angels) who have looked at tens of thousands of early stage companies. They will provide advice on how to put an investor presentation together, tell you what works and doesn’t work in today’s investment climate, network with you, and answer your questions.

David Verrill PhotoSpeaker: David Verrill is the Founder & Managing Director of Hub Angels (www.hubangels.com), one of the oldest Angel Groups in the Boston area, having invested over $20 million in various tech and life sciences sectors. David was a research scientist in the life sciences area and spent a decade at MIT raising capital from industry and facilitating technology transfer. He currently sits on the Boards of ContentRaven, Geezeo and PageScience, and is Chairman of Angel Capital Association. David has a master’s degree from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

 

Greg Dracon PhotoSpeaker: Greg Dracon is a Partner of .406 Ventures (www.406Ventures.com), a VC firm investing in early stage enterprise technology companies. They make initial investments of $1M - $4M and invest throughout the life of the company. Greg has19 years of venture investing and technology operating and management experience and currently sits on the boards of six companies. Prior to joining .406 Ventures in 2007, Greg was a VP of Core Capital Partners (an early stage VC firm) and held various operating and management positions within the semiconductor industry. Greg received an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

 

William Swiggart PhotoSpeaker: William Swiggart is the Manager of Beacon Angels (www.beaconangels.com), an Angel Group that makes $50K-$300K investments in early-stage companies. Swiggart is a Boston-based attorney who incorporates and grows start-ups, and facilitates transactions such as debt and equity investments, IP licenses, and mergers & acquisitions. He has served as General Counsel to Bitstream Inc., and to ON Technology Corporation. He graduated from the University of Connecticut Law School and Princeton University, and has thrice been named a MA super-lawyer.

 

Alan Silver PhotoModerator: Alan Silver, Chief Financial Officer (www.PartimeCFO.com) Alan Silver has been the part-time for over 60 technology start-ups over the last 18+ years. At Andover.net he was the part-time CFO from when the company had fewer than 10 employees until just 5 months before the company went public. He has an MSM degree from the MIT Sloan School of Management, is Treasurer of Boston Entrepreneurs’ Network, and has been a panelist at MIT Enterprise Forum Start-Up Clinics.

Meeting Location: : Constant Contact, Inc., 1601 Trapelo Rd., 3RD Floor, The Great Room, Waltham, MA (Exit 28B, I-95/Route 128) PRE-MEETING Pay-as-you-go DINNER at 5:15 PM (sharp) at Bertucci’s, Waltham.

Information: Boston Entrepreneurs’ Network Website at (http://www.boston-enet.org )

Directions: http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/office-location-waltham.jsp

Reservations: ENET Constant Contact meetings are free to ENET members, $20 for non-members and $10 for students with a current university ID. No reservations are needed for the dinner. To expedite sign-in for the meeting, we ask that everyone -- members as well as non-members -- pre-register for the meeting online. Pre-registration is available until midnight the day before the meeting. If you cannot pre-register, you are welcome to register at the door.