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Built by users for users, the BCEC is the most customer-friendly and technologically advanced convention facility in the world.Explore the BCEC
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The Hynes Convention Center is the best located major convention center in the heart of Boston’s beautiful and historic Back Bay neighborhood.Explore the Hynes
Fall is just around the corner and we’re looking forward to all the exciting things that this amazing season brings: the changing leaves, crisp air, cider donuts and pumpkin pies, apple picking, pumpkin patches, and, of course, endless Halloween festivities! In this week’s blog, we give you a roundup of some the best things to do before, during, or after your fall event in Boston.
Last Monday at MassBio’s Digital Health Impact 2019 event, Gov. Charlie Baker announced a new biotech investment initiative totaling $6.7 million. The $6.7 million in grants will be awarded through the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center to nine biotech projects focused on imaging, cancer, neuroscience, and drug discovery research.
In case you missed the news, the Boston Business Journal recently reported that the South Boston Waterfront, home to the BCEC, will finally be getting its first major grocery store. A new Trader Joe’s will open its doors this fall at 44 Thomson Place in Fort Point, just a short walk (0.5 miles) from the BCEC.
- Sep 19 - 21
- 6000 Attendees
Rev'd Indoor Cycling Outdoor Rides
- Sep 22
- 100 Attendees
BARCC 2019 Volunteer Appreciation Party
- Sep 22
- 200 Attendees
- Sep 23 - 25
- 2400 Attendees
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference & Exposition 2019
- Sep 25 - 27
- 2500 Attendees