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TECNA Summer Conference 2024

August 7-9, 2024, in Boston, Massachusetts, USA

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This annual conference for technology council and association staff is a great opportunity to connect, learn and share with your counterparts from across the US and Canada.

The 2024 TECNA Summer Conference is hosted by TECNA Member, Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council (MTLC). This year, experience Boston, a unique blend of historical charm and innovative spirit.

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 Insights. Connections. Expertise.

This conference will deliver best practices and impactful information and will include tours of Boston’s innovation tech scene.  The 2024 Summer Conference will run throughout 2+ days with 3 simultaneous tracks focusing on Operations & Deliverables, Workforce, and Serving Startups/Entrepreneurs.  Our Planning Committee will be meeting in the upcoming weeks to assemble these tracks. The full agenda will be posted by late-winter.

 

Interested in serving on the Planning Committee? Anyone on staff with a TECNA Member Organization in good standing is invited to participate. The first Planning Committee Meeting is February 7 at 11:00amPT/2:00pmET. Register to attend the Planning Committee Meeting.

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What does my registration include?

  • Access to TECNA Summer Conference sessions (some sessions may be for TECNA Members only)
  • Connections, learning and networking with leaders from technology councils, associations and incubators from across North America

Registration Costs

Summer Conference Registration excludes travel expenses, hotel stay and Wednesday dinner.

Member Registration
(for TECNA Member Organizations in Good Standing)
TECNA Member Early Bird: $375 USD/person (Before April 1)
TECNA Member Registration: $500 USD/person

Non-Member Registration
Non-TECNA Member Early Bird: $550 USD/person (Before April 1)
Cost: $750 USD/person

Registration Deadline: Friday, July 19, 2024

Cancellation Policy
You may request to cancel your registration in writing for a full refund, up to July 19, 2024. Cancellation requests after July 19, 2024, may not receive a refund. When you register for this event, you agree to these terms.

Hotel - Room Block Deadline July 16

TECNA secured a block of rooms at The Westin Copley Place, Boston - 10 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 02116.  The Westin Copley Place Room Block Rate: $299 USD/night + taxes & hotel fees and is available through Tuesday, July 16, 2024, or until the block is filled.

Click Here to access the TECNA room block at the Westin.

2024 TECNA Summer Conference Schedule

Plan to join us for the 2024 TECNA Summer Conference in Boston August 7-9, 2024!
Click on the date (or + below) to see the planned conference agenda. Schedule and times subject to change.

See photos from the 2023 Summer Conference in Seattle below

Click here to see more photos from 2023 on Flickr

About Boston

Summer is a great time to explore Boston. Affectionately known as "America's Walking City," you can stroll the city's sidewalks, wander its abundance of green parks, or just people-watch at one of the many outdoor cafés.

Discover Boston’s vibrant culture while strolling historic streets through diverse neighborhoods. The unique personality of each neighborhood can be found in the cuisine of the restaurants and in the style of the shops, galleries and open markets and above all, in its people.

A town of champions, Bostonian’s are always finding new ways to stay active. A three-mile trail runs along the Charles River offering a scenic route for walking, running, and biking.  Bike lanes hug the street and the Hubway, a bike sharing system, provides more than 1,500 bikes at 155 stations to rent throughout the Greater Boston Area. Canoe, kayak and paddleboard rentals are all available along the Charles River.

Surrounded by natural beauty, Boston’s 48 square miles are encircled by a bustling harbor, tranquil coastline and a strand of green parks designed by Frederick Law Olmsted known as the Emerald Necklace. Two of the parks, the Boston Common and the Public Garden are back to back between the Back Bay and Downtown neighborhoods in the heart of the city.

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Thank you to our generous Sponsor Partners!

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Interested in Sponsorship Opportunities?

The TECNA Summer Conference is only possible because of our generous partner sponsors. Contact us to request sponsorship information.