Thinkubator Media founder and CEO Lori Lennon was invited to present a workshop to founders of the Massachusetts Next Generation Initiative (Mass Next Gen), a program within the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) organization. The goal of this January session was to guide founders on how to create engaging stories and messages to reach their growing audience.
“I’m grateful for the opportunity to share our company’s knowledge of messaging and storytelling with Mass Next Gen founders,” said Lennon. “Effective messaging in the sciences can make or break an idea. These founders now have more resources in their toolbox to grow and thrive.”
MLSC is a Massachusetts-based group dedicated to the economic and organizational growth of Massachusetts-based life science organizations. The team at MLSC heavily prioritizes innovative ventures and development in the various fields of biotechnology, including biopharma, medical devices, diagnostics, and digital health. MLSC makes it possible for up-and-coming biotech companies to access the necessary resources to sustain and empower their endeavors.
Mass NextGen’s mission is to empower the next generation of life scientists by leveling the playing field for women. Mass NextGen is working on expanding its program to reach more women entrepreneurs in life sciences.
In their first four years alone, Mass NextGen allocated $2 million in funding to women entrepreneurs, along with 200+ hours of coaching services. Mass NextGen is helping jump-start the future of science by investing in young and curious women.
MLSC has remained steadfast in upholding future generations of Massachusetts-based biotech science initiatives. Since 2007, the organization has played an integral role in supporting local research, and commercialization of technology, along with successful business implementation and expansion initiatives.