Programs

DEMO is designed to showcase the innovative products and services created by Northwest entrepreneurs and to generate excitement around what just could be the next great idea.. DEMO is sponsored by local angel investment organizations.

Evening Forum programs delve into a cool or disruptive technology or a venture of interest to our audience of entrepreneurs, investors and technology enthusiasts. Led by innovators, thought leaders, researchers, and business luminaries, they often take the form of a panel presentation.

Audience participation is encouraged. As with all MIT Enterprise Forum Northwest events, Evening Forums provide opportunities for attendees to share advice and network with peers.

Global broadcasts are designed for entrepreneurs and investors involved in new business ventures. The Cambridge headquarters organizes the content and speakers. Panels are made up of industry experts in the fields of law, venture capital, investment banking and entrepreneurship. The broadcasts include an overview of the topic by the moderator, further exploration of the subject by each panelist, and an interactive discussion fielding questions from attendees and satellite-downlinked participants from around the world. In the Northwest, these events are hosted in Seattle.

Come meet other potential and active volunteers at our popular Mix & Mingle networking events!

The MIT Venture Lab is designed to streamline the entrepreneur’s path to success by providing the information necessary to plan, finance and operate a profitable venture in today’s business environment.