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    Our Mission

    The Boston Section of the IEEE Consultants Network serves our consulting members of the IEEE, business and industry.

    Services you can find here:

    • A network of consulting companies and independent consultants that meet clients needs
    • Electrical, software, hardware, mechanical engineers, project management consultants
    • Resources to find a consult that will help you with your product development
    • Networking events with professional consultants

    For CNET members:

    •  Professional interactions with peers in a supporting environment.
    • General information from insiders about the condition of industry.
    • Practical information exchanges about consulting practice.
    • Communication improvement across multiple specialties.
    • Participation in info-professional events on themes of interest.
    • Opportunity to give presentations and hone speaking effectiveness.
    • Credibility and visibility within the engineering and technology development community as an IEEE associated consultant.

    For Engineers Interested in Becoming Consultants:

    • Basic information on consulting practice requirements.
    • Participation in events and idea exchanges with industry peers.
    • Access to established consultants in the area for mentoring.
    • Opportunities for improving professional communications skills.

    For Enquiries about CNET Services:

    • Convenient access to local consultants with multi-disciplinary expertise.
    • Opportunities to enter into consulting agreements without agency fees.
    • Direct, easy connection with consultants over the CNET web page.
    • Dealing with consultants with multi-year experience validated by IEEE.

    The Boston Section of the IEEE Consultants Network holds regular forums that are open to the public, exploring specialist and general-interest topics ranging from specific advances in engineering, electronics, hardware, software, systems integration and protocols to relational skills, intellectual property law, technical writing, emerging regulations and policy.  These meetings provide an excellent opportunity for long-term and new members and unaffiliated guests to coach and learn from each other, share professional and educational opportunities, and develop new alliances.