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Startups are interested in getting exposed to investors and strategic partners.
Investors are interested in watching industry-specific startups to invest in, as well as co-investors.
Enterprise scout for technologies that may disrupt their industries in the future.
R&D Groups seek support from enterprises and government to commercialize new technologies.
Government agencies watch the whole ecosystem interact and design effective policies.
Did you know that companies spend billions of dollars trying to find you? Introducing SUNN Watch.
SUNN Watch is the result of organizing innovation across 5 ecosystems: Life Sciences, Information Technology & Communications, Advanced Materials, Energy, and Clean-tech. Each ecosystem is then organized in cells and ultimately in even more detailed industrial capabilities.
Thanks to this taxonomy, SUNN is able to match organizations with each other with accuracy and a high level of serendipity (discover things you did not know they existed that are of your direct interest).
How It Works
Featured SUNN stakeholders in Massachusetts
Imagine a community of bold, passionate entrepreneurs creating game-changing energy technologies that transform the way we live, work, and play.
Harvard Innovation Lab
Launched in November 2011, the Harvard Innovation Lab (i-lab) serves as a resource for students from across Harvard interested in entrepreneurship and innovation.
MassChallenge is the world’s largest startup accelerator and competition and the first of its kind to support high-impact, early-stage entrepreneurs with no strings attached.
Watch and Be Watched by an Open Innovation Community