In honor of green industry and innovation month, we’d like to shine a quick spotlight on CIC’s internal efforts to go green!
Two small but mighty CIC crews, the Planeteers and the Kitchens Team, are jointly leading a grassroots effort to institutionalize the 3 “R’s” – Reduce, Reuse, & Recycle – within CIC’s day-to-day operations. Below you will find a quick reference guide on some of the current initiatives.
In case you haven’t heard, CIC Boston has opened two new floors! As we expand to slowly take more floors on the lower elevator bank at 50 Milk, there are definitely a few road bumps as we grow, but there are also some pretty great things that I’m looking forward to seeing and doing in this half of the building.
CIC is proud to have been at the center of the innovation community in Boston and Cambridge for more than 15 years. In understanding that great innovation is one of the keys to a successful business ecosystem, we have also come to learn the value of recognizing peers for a job well-done. The New England Innovation Awards seek to do just that by recognizing the work of smaller companies and providing them mentorship, as well.
n any given day there are hundreds of entrepreneurs, businessmen and women, visitors, and innovators of all ages and stages coming to work and witness the goings-on within the walls of CIC. With so much energy and potential buzzing through the halls, it’s no wonder a group of “CICers” were inspired to tackle the blank canvas of those walkways.
The definition of a diet is “a special course of food to which one restricts oneself.” Special? Restrict? In our experience with clients, particularly those with the entrepreneurial spirit, the idea of “special” and “restriction” does not sit well.
Sure, CIC has a number of amenities you can take advantage of as a client. The conference rooms, avocados, and strong wifi signal are great, but there’s even more you can do with your CIC access. Below is a list of 7 ways to get the most out of any CIC location.