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#entrepreneurs … no, make that #womentrepreneurs

In the short time I’ve been working at Exhale Lifestyle Magazine for Women I’ve encountered some very impressive groups that foster female leadership in organizations and strive to pave inroads for girls and young women across a number of industries.  Among my favorites so far are The Commonwealth Institute, WEST – Women Entrepreneurs in Science and Technology, The Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, and Mass Innovation Nights.

Yes, Mass Innovation Nights is a woman-led entity and I’m writing this to give Bobbie Carlton her props for building this monthly gathering where products launch to market.  @BobbieCThe companies involved have ranged from major corporations to kitchen-table startups.  Bobbie is a community builder for innovators to connect and promote each other through the power of social media in the stone soup theory of creating a delicious meal with a place for everyone at the table.  For a woman who has built a career in public relations she’s modest about what she does for others.  That’s why I want to give Bobbie her props for being named one of Mass High Tech’s All-Stars of 2011.

If you’ve attended a Mass Innovation Night or launched a product at one of the 30+ Monthly Launch parties here’s your opportunity to give her a shout:

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4 Responses to “#entrepreneurs … no, make that #womentrepreneurs”


  1. November 6, 2011 at 8:15 pm

    Congratulations Bobbie – you da “Wo”Man!

  2. November 8, 2011 at 11:51 am

    Congrats Bobbie! I greatly admire your dedication and hard work over the year and am thankful to have been able to work with you several times. Keep showing them how it’s done.

  3. November 8, 2011 at 1:18 pm

    I am constantly impressed with Bobbie’s ability to rally a crowd, whether in person or via social media. She is a true leader and has contributed in a significant way to the Greater Boston entrepreneurship community. Thank you, Bobbie!

  4. November 8, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    Blush, blush…of course, I always point out all the fabulous people who make these events possible — the host sites, the volunteers, the sponsors, and, of course, the companies themselves!


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