Program Committee Meeting

It’s like a Backstage Pass to our programs!

Have you ever wanted to meet with top San Diego executives and not just shake their hands, but really get to know their operations and work standards?  Attend our Program Committee meetings and you’ll do just that!  We have two exciting case study programs coming up and could use your expertise.  Help decide the questions to ask; the marketing message; even suggest a speaker or two.  It all happens at our Program Committee Meetings.

Sign up today!

Program Committee Meeting

It’s like a Backstage Pass to our programs!

Have you ever wanted to meet with top San Diego executives and not just shake their hands, but really get to know their operations and work standards?  Attend our Program Committee meetings and you’ll do just that!  We have two exciting case study programs coming up and could use your expertise.  Help decide the questions to ask; the marketing message; even suggest a speaker or two.  It all happens at our Program Committee Meetings.

Sign up today!

Behind the Scenes Meeting

These Meetings are for Members and Sponsors only.

Ever want a behind the scenes look at one of our events?  On Monday, Nov 16, you can participate in how we brainstorm, plan and create our upcoming programs! Plus, get to meet and work one-on-one with our high profile speakers, presenters and moderators.

PROPOSED AGENDA:

  1. Feedback from the November 11 Case Study Program
  2. Planning for January 13, 2016: Student Entrepreneurs and the skills they need from schools
  3. Planning for February 10, 2016: Keynote Speaker Mark Bowles
  4. March 9, 2016: CASE STUDY
      • ​Forming team
      • Discussing applicants and schedule

Remaining programs​ for the year

  • April 13, 2016: The Accidental Entrepreneur: Small business panel
  • May 11, 2016: Game Show Theme
  • June 8, 2016: CASE STUDY

 

2017 WINE SOCIAL Fundraiser

Click here for Wine Social events page

14TH ANNUAL WINE SOCIAL FUNDRAISER

AUGUST 2, 2017     6PM – 9PM    DEL MAR

BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW!  (CLICK HERE)

Come network and drink fine wine for a good cause!  Announcing the 2017 MIT Enterprise Forum Wine Social!  This elegant fundraiser and wine tasting event will feature more than 24 boutique wineries from the country’s top wine regions plus offer a mouthwatering dinner from the French Gourmet, all in the company of Tech and Biotech business executives in the beautiful outdoor facilities of Knobbe Martens.  The proceeds of the Wine Social will help STEM and SEPT students, including  sending a San Diego high school teacher to MIT for a week for training in the latest trends in science to be brought back to their students.

THIS YEAR TICKETS ARE LIMITED TO 300 PEOPLE.

Ticket prices are $125 from now until at the door. Please click on the links to buy your ticket, thank you!

2016 WINE SOCIAL Fundraiser

Click here for Wine Social events page

13TH ANNUAL WINE SOCIAL FUNDRAISER

JULY 27, 2016     6PM – 9PM    LA  JOLLA

BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW!  (CLICK HERE)

Announcing the 2016 MIT Enterprise Forum San Diego Wine Social! Celebrating its 13th year, this elegant fundraiser and wine tasting event is held at the Birch Aquarium featuring more than 35 boutique wineries from some of the country’s top wine regions. Guests enjoy a mouthwatering menu from The French Gourmet as they soak up the ocean-view summer sunset. Drawing more than 500 guests (of which 40% are C-Level), the Wine Social is widely recognized as the premier summer event in San Diego.  Proceeds help San Diego STEM and SEPT students.

Tickets are on sale now.

Regular Pricing  (May 16 – July 25) = $90

July 26 thru At the Door on July 27 = $120

Sponsors and Partners for web

SOLD OUT: Learn how Blockchain will transform your business

This event is SOLD OUT.  There is no on-site registration due to capacity.

The technology most likely to change the next decade of business is not the social web, big data, the cloud, robotics, or even artificial intelligence. It’s the blockchain, the technology behind digital currencies like Bitcoin.

Blockchain technology is complex, but the idea is simple. At its most basic, blockchain is a vast, global distributed ledger or database running on millions of devices and open to anyone, where not just information but anything of value – money, titles, deeds, music, art, scientific discoveries, intellectual property, and even votes – can be moved and stored securely and privately. On the blockchain, trust is established, not by powerful intermediaries like banks, governments and technology companies, but through mass collaboration and clever code. Blockchains ensure integrity and trust between strangers. They make it difficult to cheat.

In other words, it’s the first native digital medium for value, just as the internet was the first native digital medium for information. And this has big implications for business and the corporation.

Join us for a special happy hour discussion. We’ll show a video from a Ted Talk and discuss the implications for San Diego business and technology. Experts onthe topic will join us for Q&A after the video.

AGENDA

5:30pm: Networking
6:00pm: Introductions
6:05pm: Presentation
6:30pm: Round table discussion with audience
7:00pm: Conclusion, Networking resumes

Cyber Security Threats of Tomorrow

Join us at the new offices of BDO in Carmel Valley for a special happy hour discussion. We’ll show a video from Stanford’s TedX event and discuss the implications for San Diego business and technology. Cybersecurity faculty from National University will join us for Q&A after the video.

  • Ronald P. Uhlig, Ph.D., Professor Lead Faculty, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science School of Engineering & Computing Department of Applied Engineering
  • Chris Simpson, Director, National University Center for Cybersecurity Academic Program Director, Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity School of Engineering and Computing

Exit from the 5 by-pass at Carmel Mountain Road.  The offices are just east of the 5 by-pass.  Parking is free in the structure adjacent to the building. DIRECTIONS

AGENDA

5:30pm: Networking
6:00pm: Introductions
6:05pm: Presentation
6:30pm: Round table discussion with audience
7:00pm: Conclusion, Networking resumes

Happy Hour

The MIT Alumni and the MIT Enterprise Forum will be mixing up at special Happy Hour on Thursday, March 2, 2017 at The Poseidon Restaurant on the Beach in Del Mar.

Come join us for a beverage and some great times, meeting new and old friends.

MITEF and MITCSD members are Free. All others: $20

Note: Parking is $5.00 to the valet or try to find street parking for free. If you want to come early, the Poseidon Happy Hour is 4:30-6:30pm.

AGENDA

5:30pm: Networking
6:00pm: Introductions
6:05pm: Presentation
6:30pm: Round table discussion with audience
7:00pm: Conclusion, Networking resumes