MIT Enterprise Forum San Diego hosts 10 programs annually, ranging from case study presentations; themed panel interviews; happy hours with short content; moon shot breakthrough discussions to keynotes.

CEO Case Study:
The MIT Enterprise Forum case study presentations welcome CEOs of local, up and coming, technology companies to present an executive overview, including current challenges facing their business. These presenting companies are privately held and have either completed a round of funding or are getting revenue to date. An expert panel of advisors lends their advice and draws upon their experiences to provide feedback and potential solutions to these challenges based on their own professional experiences and expertise. These business challenges are those encountered by most aspiring entrepreneurs and small growing enterprises-including financial, marketing, application of technology, operations, management, growth, diversification, and more-everyone walks away enlightened!

Themed Panel Interviews:
Themed panel interviews are thematic programs that explore common challenges and trends within a particular industry or operational arena.  Panelists represent the top of their field and industry and are well-versed on the thematic content.

As an extension of the content covered in a past case study and thematic program, the keynotes held several times a year provide an opportunity for the community at large to enjoy the experience, wisdom, and engaging personality of a notable speaker in the field.

Moon Shots:
Inspirational and thought provoking Technology Showcases. These programs are designed to highlight true breakthrough/visionary technology and inspire dynamic and engaging conversations. Oftentimes, the showcase includes company display tables to stimulate dialogue during the networking hour.

Happy Hours:

An exclusive benefit for Members are these quarterly programs.  Meet your peers at a shorter program with a smaller group for more personal dialog.  Typically, these are limited to 1-1/2 hours, with plenty of networking time, a short featured video or presentation followed by an open discussion.