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October 6-8, 2015Boston
Celebrating its 6th year - FutureM
brings together marketing and technology innovators for 3 days to
contemplate and celebrate the future of marketing. We bring
together the most relevant content and thought leaders, both
locally and nationally, to create an environment of new ideas,
connections, and inspiration. Named one of the
"Must Attend Marketing Conferences for Leaders" in Forbes, this
year's event will be hosted at the Hynes Convention
FUTUREM 2015 SIZZLE REEL
Check out the 2015 FutureM Sizzle Reel to see what's in store
for this year's event!
HYNES CONVENTION CENTER
FutureM will be hosted at the Hynes Convention Center, in the
heart of the Back Bay. Traveling from out of town? If you need
hotel acommodations please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for
ALL ACCESS TO ALL THINGS
Our all-access pass gets you in to everything happening all
three days of the event, inlcuding the sessions, the parties and
the content! New this year, the pass includes snacks and lunch to
keep your energy high. Buy your pass today!
I attend FutureM because I’m on a continuous quest to learn and connect.
Dave Balter, Executive Chairman BzzAgent
You can see the future of our business at FutureM.
Joe Grimaldi, Chairman Mullen
A chance meeting at FutureM created a new line of business for us.
Jeffrey Peden, Founder & CEO CraveLabs
Madison Ave's business model is dying. FutureM is what's new and next in marketing.
Brian Halligan, CEO HubSpot
Boston is a forward-thinking city. We're always innovating, and
FutureM celebrates that. FutureM is not an event. It's not a
conference. In fact, there's nothing like it anywhere else. If you
think you don't have time to spend away from your desk - think
again! FutureM will get you so inspired, you'll accomplish your
next two weeks of work in just one.
Boston is one of the world's most innovative cities, and just
the place to host FutureM week. FutureM combines the best elements
of traditional events - like talented speakers, product launches,
and networking opportunities - with the thrill of the future.
You'll hear about things you've only dreamed of, and meet people
you never imagined you'd meet.
FutureM is so future-oriented, we had to make up a new word to
describe it: futurey! (Tell your spellcheck.) FutureM's events are
not about now; they're about soon, later, and WAY later. You'll
learn about brand new concepts, and wildly futuristic ideas. Boston
is a city full of innovators, and we think it's the perfect host
for this futuristic event experience.
Remember in elementary school how your teachers always wrote
"HAVE FUN!" on the blackboard before field trips? FutureM is like
that, but all grown-up. You won't walk away from this week with
a long list of to-do's; instead you'll leave FutureM feeling
happy, inspired, and (if you've been to some parties) possibly a
little bit drunk.
More than just "that dirty water," the Charles River, which
stretches across 23 miles of Boston, is a cultural landmark. Start
your day with a scenic run along the Charles River Esplanade. Then
stretch out on one of the wooden docks, gaze at the river, and
think deep thoughts.
The Boston Common is the oldest public park in the country, and
a favorite spot for both visitors and native Bostonians. Grab a cup
of coffee at the Thinking Cup or the Boston Common Coffee Company,
and take a stroll. We promise we won't let it rain.
MIT is well-known for regularly producing some of the most
innovative inventions in the world. The MIT Museum "explores invention, ideas, and innovation" - and we know
you're all about that. Visit the museum, walk around campus,
and soak up rays of technology.
Does "sweet potato fries" get you all excited? Good. You can
keep reading. You don't have to be a hipster to appreciate Kendall
Square's funkiest diner. Enjoy a tasty brunch at The Friendly
Toast, and follow it up with a movie at the nearby Kendall Square
Just a short walk from the BCEC, the Institute of Contemporary
Art is the first new art museum to be built in Boston in a century.
The museum overlooks the Boston Harbor, and Logan Airport across
the way - and it's worth visiting just to eat lunch in the cafe and
gaze at boats. The award-winning building was modeled after nearby
waterfront gantry cranes, and you could argue that the ICA's
architecture rivals the art inside.
The Omni Parker House, located in the heart of downtown Boston,
is one of America's oldest luxury hotels. And for you believers,
it's also one of the most haunted spots in the country. (Ooh!) In
spite of the ghosts, you'll have a wonderful time eating lunch at
the Parker's Restaurant, where you'll enjoy a mix of nostalgic and
Beacon Hill is one of Boston's smallest (and most beautiful)
historic neighborhoods. Well-known for its Federal-style rowhouses,
Beacon Hill oozes history. Stroll by the Massachusetts State House,
and then enjoy a quiet dinner at one of this neighborhood's many
The North End is Boston's oldest residential community - and it
certainly feels well-established. The area is dominated by
Italian-Americans, and boasts some of the best restaurants in the
city. Have a sweet tooth? Help us answer the age-old question: are
the cannolis better at Mike's Pastry or Modern Pastry?
Sometimes you want to go where everybody
knows your name. Make your way down to Beacon Street for some
drinks, food, and live entertainment at Boston's iconic Cheers.
Whether you obsessed over Sam and Diane or were a casual fan,
Cheers is a great spot to check out.
Food trucks are exploding on Boston's food scene. Make your way
to South Station (just blocks from Seaport and the Financial
District) and grab a bite at one of the many food trucks parked in
Dewey Square. The options are endless, and you'll no doubt walk
away feeling satisfied.
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