Attend a panel discussion on startup growth and partnerships. Early stage entrepreneurs are encouraged to come. Wednesday, 6 to 8 p.m., WeWork, 745 Atlantic Ave., Boston. Free.
Attend a deep dive into the Startup Institute and learn about the organization’s past and present success with growing strong entrepreneurs. 6:30 to 8 p.m., Startup Institute, 50 Milk St., Boston.
Learn about the Harvard Innovation Lab, which houses more than 150 startups, in a casual networking lunch. There will be a short tour of the lab. Harvard Innovation Labs, 125 Western Ave., Allston. Free.
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