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Muninsight

Customer demand has made us focus on the US energy market. And due to customers arriving from other parts of Northern Europe, we no longer focus solely on Danish customers. For those reasons, the name Boston Denmark Partnerships no longer applies, and so we have a new website: Muninsight

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Venture capital investments in healthcare software

venture capital investments in healthcare software

Venture capital investments in healthcare software in Q1 of 2010 shows Massachusetts, which basically means greater Boston, as a clear leader.

[Source: http://www.cbinsights.com/blog/venture-capital/healthcare-it-software-venture-capital-investment-showing-a-pulse-massachusetts-provides-the-adrenaline]

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Beacon Angels explain how they work

This past Thursday morning, William Swiggart, Norm Meisner and Richard Noyes of Beacon Angels explained how they invest. In the above photo Bill is on the right, and Norm in the middle.

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Kendall Square Association annual meeting

The Kendall Square Association held its annual meeting today at MIT's Media Lab.

Kendall Square, the area around MIT is home to more than 4 times as many start-up companies per square mile than anywhere else in the world. It is also home to Genzyme, whose CEO, Henri Termeer, gave the keynote.

Kendall Square Association MIT Media Lab Genzyme CEO Henri Termeer

Out of the window you can see, from left to right, the building housing the Cambridge Innovation Center, several MIT buildings, and downtown Boston.

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Angels, Super Angels, and Micro-VCs

On 24 February 2011, the 128 Innovation Capital Group hosted a session on Angels, Super-Angels, and Micro-VCs. The panel consisted of Ham Lord and Glenn Champagne of Launchpad Venture, an angel group, and of Dan Tollman of Tollman Capital Partners, a micro-VC.

Angels Superangels and Micro VCs

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Boston Denmark Partnerships teach innovation at MIT

This semester Arne Hessenbruch of Boston Denmark Partnerships participates in the teaching of 3.207, as he has done for half a decade or so.

This past week his lectures illustrated the process where innovators iterate repeatedly between market, technology and implementation.

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Assistance with medical device regulation

This week I met with Harsha Jattani of Astute Biosolutions, a consultant on medical device regulation.

As most Danish and other foreign companies are aware, dealing with the FDA, the Food and Drug Administration, is less than straightforward. As so often, one can save time, money, and hassle by getting some expert guidance from someone with experience. Harsha is such a person.

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Boston World Partnerships expands its Connector force

Boston World Partnerships builds a global network of people who have ties to Boston’s economy, similar to an alumni organization.

Boston Denmark Partnerships' Arne Hessenbruch is one of a corps of Connectors doing this. Currently, BWP is expanding its network, and of course it would be desirable to strengthen the connection between the various clusters of Denmark and Boston.

Boston World Partnerships Expands Connector Force

Depicted is a morning session against the backdrop of a large map of Boston.

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MIT celebrates 150 years' anniversary

This year MIT, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, celebrates its 150th anniversary.

It can look back on a tremendous history of innovation stretching at the very least over the radar and atomic bomb work during World War II, participation in the development of the internet, and the current development in biotech.

MIT 150 Year Anniversary Media Lab View

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US journalists discuss wind energy stories

A discussion on the US media's attitude to wind energy took place at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government on 16 February 2011. Elisabeth Rosenthal of the New York Times (standing at the podium) and Beth Daley of the Boston Globe participated, along with Alex Jones of the KSG and Henry Lee of the Environment and Natural Resources Program.

US Media Journalists on Wind Energy Panel

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17th Annual International Business Forum & Networking Evening

Boston Denmark Partnership exhibited at the GBANE event, 17th Annual International Business Forum & Networking Evening - Global Trade & Economic Outlook: Implications for international business in the year ahead, on February 10.
GBANE stands for Global Business Alliance of New England, which is a collaborative site of over 25 business associations and organizations involved in international trade in New England.
Amongst other things, we encountered parties involved with Cape Wind, a planned off-shore wind park close to Boston, who were interested in the Danish wind-turbine industry.

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