The MIT Enterprise Forum of New York City has for forty years supported entrepreneurs in their efforts to start and run technology-driven business ventures. We do this by delivering world-class business learning events along with opportunities to build relationships with business people who share an interest in innovation and entrepreneurship related to technology, with focus on digital media, information technology, cleantech and bioscience/healthcare.

During 2011 the organization, which is voluntary and not-for-profit, hosted 15 events, all open to the general public, each attended by 75 to 150 or more entrepreneurs, investors, business decision makers and service providers. Topics for these events included monetizing digital offerings, raising capital, cleantech, success stories of founders whose companies now generate $100 million or more, biotech, web advertising, business plan writing and pitching, wireless broadband, intellectual property and hyperlocal news.