Washington D.C. (PRWEB) May 09, 2014
To better address the needs of the DC entrepreneurial community, the MIT Enterprise Forum DC (MITEF-DC) is now offering a complementary membership program for qualified entrepreneurs. In addition, the MITEF-DC leadership has created two new programs for 2014 … a Speed-Mentoring Program and a hands-on workshop series. The first offering of the Workshop Series, "Driving Organic Growth for Technology Companies," will be presented by Matthew Falls, Partner at Growthers, on May 14, 2014.
"Complementary memberships are available to entrepreneurs who meet the qualifications that are outlined on our website. It's an excellent opportunity for them to meet and engage with up-and-coming future thinkers," said MITEF-DC Chapter Chairperson Gerard Eldering.
On May 14, 2014, the Workshop Program will meet for the first time in Chevy Chase MD. This one-evening program presents a structured approach to drive growth and outlines how to execute the revenue generation strategy. According to Eldering, “All entrepreneurs care about revenue generation, but it can be very difficult to establish a revenue culture when building a new business. The upcoming MIT Enterprise Forum Workshop Program will provide attending entrepreneurs specific, actionable tools to drive revenue growth.”
For more information, visit http://www.mitefdc.org, or contact Ada Ghuman, Executive Director of the MIT Enterprise Forum DC at mitefdc(at)gmail(dot)org.
About MIT Enterprise Forum. The MIT Enterprise Forum is managed by MIT Technology Review, Inc. MIT Technology Review, Inc. is an independent, global media company owned by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is leading the global conversation about technologies that matter. The MIT Enterprise Forum is the preeminent organization of entrepreneurs in the global innovation economy. Since 1978, the organization has produced programs and events about innovation, technology, and entrepreneurship for an engaged community of 50,000+ thought leaders through a worldwide network of chapters.