Global Innovation: A Tale of 3 Cities: Shanghai, Boston & Milan

Thursday October 24, 2013
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM



Stephen Goodman


Global Innovation: A Tale of 3 Cities -Shanghai, Boston & Milan


Mugar Building, Room 200
The Fletcher School

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The Institute for Business in the Global Context Speaker Series presents: Global Innovation: A Tale of 3 Cities: Shanghai, Boston & Milan with Stephen Goodman, F’00 Senior Vice President, Marketing and Business Development, Continuum.

With a strong focus on fostering growth and demand generation, Stephen adds an interdisciplinary background steeped in building global practices. He brings leadership experience from every sector Continuum touches, including financial services, health care, advance technology and consumer brands.  With a global mind-set, Stephen is always seeking the best method to align growth with innovative business practices.

Stephen is the senior vice president for global marketing and business development at Continuum. He closely collaborates with the team across the globe to uncover and share insights, stories and expertise.  With an external perspective, he has the pulse of what is next and how it is relevant to clients.

Prior to joining Continuum, Stephen was a partner and director of the Cambridge office of Nexus Partners, a lean innovation consultancy based in Silicon Valley, CA.  Stephen was head of strategy within corporate marketing at Sun Microsystems, where he built and pioneered a new function to increase brand, demand generation and new business. Leadership service includes the Global Social Benefit Institute, the Bay Area Council and is a judge for MassChallenge.  Stephen earned his graduate degree in international business and economics at The Fletcher School at Tufts University where he completed research on emerging technology models at MIT.

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