Program Management Services

Programs

Founded in 1994, Silverweave develops and delivers program management services.  These programs range from intimate corporate meetings to multi-day events.  The team is led by Shayne Gilbert and Alyssa Stern

 
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Programs

Through its subsidiary, Future Forward Events, Silverweave hosts invitation-only dinners and multi-day events for technology and life sciences executives.

Founded in 2000 by industry veterans, Future Forward Events designs executive programs for the technology and life sciences industries. Each program is developed with input from influential advisors within each industry. These advisors help to define the topics and speakers that are most relevant to the industry each year. Each program is intentionally limited to not more than 200 participants to maximize personal interaction and networking. Participants are invited based on input from the board of advisors for each conference.

Nantucket Conference

Launched in 2000, the Nantucket Conference is an annual invitation-only gathering of entrepreneurs, executives and investors, with a distinct East Coast emphasis. Speakers have included founders and CEOs of iRobot, Shutterstock, Zipcar, Etsy, TripAdvisor, Misfit, Indiegogo, Oracle, Google, 3Com, Craigslist, Staples, Akamai, and LogMeIn. 

Convergence Forum

Launched in 2004, the Convergence Forum brings together high-level healthcare players to discuss and debate the most pressing topics of interest to the industry - topics like forging strong corporate partnerships; attracting funding from private and public sources; building successful research organizations; streamlining product development and approval; understanding the coming convergence of biology, software, and medical devices; and staying ahead of regulatory and reimbursement status quo.

Speakers have included CEOs and senior executives from Sanofi Genzyme, Biogen Idec, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Boston Scientific, Shire, Novartis, and ABIOMED, as well as academic researchers from Harvard, MIT, Tufts, and the Broad Institute.