On the roller coaster of business, does history repeat itself? Since San Diego MIT Enterprise Forum began presenting business case studies in 1985, over 150 companies have received support in their decision-making through panels providing feedback and suggestions as well as challenging the presenting CEO’s assumptions.The Forum is excited to welcome back 8 of the past presenting “Rock Stars” for our event: Spuds, Pivots, Exits—And Beer: A Retrospective. Come see how these presenters have used the advice they received from the panels and where their businesses are now. How many pivots and exits were accomplished since the mid-80's as a result of the MIT Enterprise Forum? We'll never REALLY know, but we can hop in the back seat, with our rear view mirrors securely positioned, to get the lessons learned. Should be an exhilarating ride!Join us on June 19th for a lively evening with our Emcee and Rock Stars over the past four decades. Oh, and have a Stone beer on us!
Brant Cooper , Author, The Entrepreneur's Guide to Customer Development (Emcee)Robert Bingham, SimpleNet (1990s)Robert Blumberg, SMS Technology (1980s)Alex Kunczynski, D&K Engineering (2010s)Gregory Gruzdowich, Pyxis (1980s)Tyson McDowell, Benchmark Revenue Management (2000s)Bryan Pate, ElliptiGO Inc. (2010s)Gene Ray (1980s)Dean Rosenberg, AIRSIS, Inc. (2000s)
June 19, 2012 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Salk Institute10010 North Torrey Pines RoadLa Jolla, California 92037USA
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