Summary of Past Events

Sunday, Jul 11, 2021

Euro 2020 Final Watch Party

The Euro 2020 is soon coming to a close: Watch the 2020 Final on the big screen with us at the studios of Hawke Commercial Filmmaking in Charlestown. RSVPs are required to attend -- there are limited spaces available. Doors open at 2:30PM, kick-off is at 3PM ET. We are looking forward to seeing you…...

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Tuesday, Jun 22, 2021


We are excited to bring back an in person Stammtisch to kick-off Summer 2021! Join the GABC YPs at the Lamplighter side walk beer garden in Cambridge on Tuesday, June 22nd for their first in person meeting of the year. We have limited availabilty for these sought after tables, so please RSVP ASAP if you…...

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Monday, Jun 14, 2021

Immigration Update

It's been a year since we last checked in with attorneys Elizabeth Goss of Goss Associates and Doug Hauer of Mintz on immigration restrictions related to the so called "travel ban" that has been in place now for travelers from the Schengen area to the U.S. since March of last year.  Just last week, the…...

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Wednesday, Jun 9, 2021

Finding Your Next Job on LinkedIn

  This session will teach you how to use LinkedIn to find your next job, regardless if you're passively or actively looking. When looking for a job, most people will apply to dozens of jobs and get frustrated when they never hear back. In this session, we'll talk through how to proactively use LinkedIn to…...

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Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Covid Testing in a Vaccinated Population: Needed or Obsolete?

While the number of fully vaccinated people in the U.S. continues to rise and infection numbers remain relatively low, demand for testing has decreased. Schools and many businesses, however, have implemented testing procedures to accelerate a return to campuses and offices. Germany just mandated employers to offer free testing. Will testing remain an essential tool…...

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Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Spring into Art & Architecture

In-person tour and reception at the Goethe Institut in Boston The recently renovated Goethe-Institut, housed in a Victorian-era city mansion on 170 Beacon Street in Boston, is opening its doors and outdoor area to GABC’s members and friends for an exclusive tour of its building and “Bauhaus in New England” photography exhibit by photographer Mark…...

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Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Strategic Focus on Innovation Protection and Rights Enforcement

The value and long-term success of your business may well hinge on protecting your innovations through patents.  Do you have a plan for securing your innovations through patents?  Do you know the timing requirements for seeking patent protection?  Do you want to strengthen your company’s competitive advantage? We invite you to join an interactive panel…...

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Friday, May 14, 2021

Keep It Flowing: Data Technology for Mobility

Old transit systems, congested roads and insufficient parking have been plaguing cities for the longest time. As cities are bracing for the return to a new normal, President Biden has put infrastructure high on his agenda.  His formula to address both climate change and jobs includes investments into upgrading transport infrastructure, electrifying roads and cars,…...

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021

The Rocky Road to Passion – A Harvard Business Case Discussion

Harvard Business Case studies are world famous and here is your chance to take a seat in a (virtual) classroom with fellow GABC members to read, analyze, discuss and engage on a brand new Business Case: “The Rocky Road of Passion” (by JON M. JACHIMOWICZ and FRANCESCA GINO). The case will be presented by Jon…...

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Friday, Apr 30, 2021

May Day

The members of the Young Professional steering committees of several European and international organizations are meeting for a virtual May Day virtual celebration / meeting. This is by invitation only. If you are part of a Young Professionals group of a European organization and you are interested to learn more about this meeting, please contact…...

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