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Massachusetts MATTERS

Measure and evaluate Massachusetts’ competitive position.

Hear From Our Members

Senior executives in Massachusetts discuss the importance of the Council and its collective impact.

Influence Policies that Impact Your Business

Join a growing team of technology leaders unified around our competitive agenda.

Advocating for the Tech Economy

Engaged leaders with collective intelligence and impact on Beacon Hill.

Women in Leadership Initiative

Convening leaders; developing actionable insights.

Upcoming Events

Women in Leadership: Taking Action
Date & Time: November 12, 2019,
4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Location: McKinsey & Company, Boston
Open Event; Invitation Available Here

Board of Directors
Date & Time: December 12, 2019
Location: MHTC, Burlington
By Invitation

2019 Annual Meeting Highlights

Hear What Our Members Have to Say

“Since its inception in 1977, MHTC has continued to be the advocate in making Massachusetts a global destination for innovation in the life sciences and biotech. As a council member, we recognize that the shared goal of growing an innovation economy benefits us all, and creates tomorrow’s opportunities.”

Udit Batra, CEO, MilliporeSigma

Hear What Our Members Have to Say

“The MHTC’s diverse membership and extensive connections allow KPMG to stay connected to our clients and informed of industry and policy changes affecting KPMG and our client’s businesses. This sense of community has been an invaluable resource for our team.”

Darren Donovan, Boston Office Managing Principal, KPMG LLP

Hear What Our Members Have to Say

“The MHTC advocates for the critical issues that affect the competitiveness of industry in the Commonwealth. Member companies benefit from the continuous MHTC focus on the cost of doing business and the educational/talent environment.”

Al Bunshaft, SVP Global Affairs, Dassault Systemes

Why We Support MHTC

About the Council

MHTC is an organization of CEOs and senior executives representing technology companies, professional services firms, and academic and research institutions dedicated to creating and sustaining conditions that support investment and job growth in Massachusetts. Our members are growth-oriented, knowledge-intensive employers and institutions that develop, deliver and depend on technology products, services and innovations to advance their organizational objectives.

You Are Invited

To maintain our effectiveness and capacity for committing to action on all priorities in a timely basis, membership in the Council is open by invitation to CEO and senior executive leaders of organizations doing business in Massachusetts. To discuss your membership invitation, please contact Bernie Prusaczyk, Vice President of Member Development and Engagement.