Boston Landing was created to provide entrepreneurs and companies the opportunity to participate in the U.S. market, to gain access to financing and growth capabilities and to learn first-hand how to do business in the U.S. The organization offers many different services and customized programs to meet the needs and budgets of clients. The team of experts works with clients to define a program to meet their needs for growth and development taking advantage of what the U.S. has to offer. The goal is to help entrepreneurs and businesses achieve success based on their time frame and needs and Boston Landing will continue to support them once they have returned to their home country.
The program combines office space at the Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC), an entrepreneurial community in the heart of the Cambridge, Massachusetts innovation cluster, with the coaching, mentoring, and consulting expertise of the Boston Landing team. CIC is located in Kendall Square, just across from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) campus, a few miles from Harvard University and within walking distance of hundreds of companies from all sectors. With more than 600 companies in residence at CIC, it offers a unique environment for entrepreneurs to learn, grow their networks, and enhance their businesses. Navigating this complex innovation super-cluster, identifying the best opportunities and capitalizing on them, can present significant challenges, particularly for entrepreneurs and small to medium size companies with limited experience in the U.S.