Listen: Boston Is Set To Get The Sports Innovation Lab

 


Exciting news for the Sports Innovation Lab as they recently announced they will be constructing a state-of-the-art brand new collaborative workplace in partnership with the company, WeWork. It’s set to be built on Portland Street in Boston and will hold not only the Sport Innovation lab corporate offices but also leave room for future technology partners within the sports industry.

Sports Innovation Lab CEO Angela Ruggiero told PR Newswire that, “the vision for the new lab space is to harness the power of collaboration to accelerate innovation in the sports techn ology sector. WeWork has led the way in the development of modern collaborative work-spaces, and that’s why we’re so excited to partner with them on the development of these sports-themed labs.” This new workspace will play a crucial role in beginning the innovation of the city of Boston and is currently set to open next month.

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