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Why A High Technology Council? “Because We Needed One.”

The Massachusetts High Technology Council distinguishes itself from traditional employer organizations by specializing in complex, multi-year public policy strategies in support of conditions that protect or enhance a strong Massachusetts economy.

“One of the great strengths of the High Tech Council is that it has not fallen into the classical trap of ‘self-interest.’ Since it’s inception, the High Tech Council has stood for the well-being of the citizens of the Commonwealth. Our efforts have been aimed toward cooperative and constructive solutions to complex public policy problems.”


– D.V. d’Arbeloff

1981-82 Chairman, Massachusetts High Technology Council, Inc.

1980-1985, Chairman & CEO, Millipore Corporation

The Council advocates for the high technology economy in Massachusetts by providing members with opportunities to connect with peers, and by facilitating cooperative relationships and results-focused strategies among senior leaders from industry, finance, academia and government.

Due to the belief that success is only achieved by a personal commitment from the heads of member companies, the High Tech Council has helped position the technology industry as a critically important component of the Massachusetts economy representing one of the most innovative and promising opportunities for continued investment and job creation in the Commonwealth.

Mass. Fiscal Stability
Women in Leadership
Public Policy Agenda

Register to Attend the 2019 Annual Meeting

June 10, 2019 from 11 AM to 2 PM, Seaport Hotel, Boston

Featuring keynote by US Representative Joseph Kennedy and the presentation of the 2019 Ray Stata Leadership and Innovation Award to Jacqueline Moloney, Chancellor, University of Massachusetts Lowell.

See available sponsorships here.

Questions? Contact Bernie Prusaczyk.