The MIT Enterprise Forum Global:
Founded in 1978 as part of the MIT Alumni Association, the MIT Enterprise Forum produces 400+ events, activities, and workshops annually to inform, connect, coach and inspire technology entrepreneurs, business leaders and enthusiasts. More information about our global reach can be found at www.mitef.org. MIT Enterprise Forum participation and involvement is open to any member of the entrepreneurial community and attracts executives, business leaders, venture capitalists, industry experts, and service organizations, in addition to our core of emerging entrepreneurs with technology business expectations. The most valuable component of the MIT Enterprise Forum is the networking connections that are developed amongst technology entrepreneurs and the communities in which they reside.
Global Fast Facts:
- Operates chapters globally
- Non-profit, 1000+ volunteer-driven organization
- Community program that is open to all
- Produces 400+ world-class networking and educational programs annually to inspire, connect and educate technology business executives
We inform, connect, and coach technology entrepreneurs—enabling them to rapidly transform ideas into world-changing companies. We are a global network of local organizations, inspired by MIT, and open to the world.
Our vision is to build a better world by accelerating the creation and growth of world-class technology companies.
The MIT Enterprise Forum San Diego:
The MIT Enterprise Forum San Diego creates education and networking programs, building a community for business leaders, technologists, entrepreneurs, capital and service providers. We are a chapter of the global MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF), a 501c3 headquartered in Cambridge, MA. The MIT Enterprise Forum is open to everyone in the San Diego business community. Alumni of MIT are welcome, but it’s not a requirement. The Forum is comprised of a group of tech-minded volunteers serving the San Diego business community.
At the MIT Enterprise Forum San Diego, you will experience unique case study presentations, themed panel interviews, and guest speakers to uncover valuable insights about leading San Diego-based companies.
Join us to learn about the business issues of innovative technology companies in a public forum and how to keep them running straight and fast!
Technology Review Leadership:
Beginning July 1, 2011, all MIT Enterprise Forum global chapters were taken under the global leadership of the MIT Technology Review organization. The combination offers the Enterprise Forum centrally produced programming and editorial content, sales and marketing support that will increase sponsorships globally and locally, and an MIT Enterprise Forum–branded edition of Technology Review, among other opportunities.
More on the Technology Review can be found at http://www.technologyreview.com/magazine/.