MIT Forum of Connecticut To Critique Marketing Plan
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Enterprise Forum of Connecticut will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, April 29, at 6 p.m. at Yale University’s Bass Center for Molecular and Structural Biology, room 305, 266 Whitney Ave. Registration is $5, including admission, snacks and beverages.
This month’s MIT Forum will focus on high-tech marketing. Following a marketing presentation by Richard Schultz, president of the New Haven application software company Metaserver Inc., a distinguished panel of senior executives from Fairfield County will critique the firm’s marketing plan. The Forum will conclude with a question-answer session. For details and directions, call Drew Crandall at (860) 871-6500.
Panelists are John Caparo, chief information officer, GE Capital Corporate Finance Co.; K. Winslow Farrell Jr., partner, Coopers & Lybrand Consulting; and Eric Jansen, chief operating officer, Digital Media Capital LLC, all of Stamford, Conn.; and Eric A. Montgomery, vice president of sales, IMA Inc. of Shelton, Conn.
The MIT Enterprise Forum Inc. is a not-for-profit public service organization founded to promote and strengthen the process of starting and growing companies that have a strong technology orientation. The Forum provides services that educate, entertain and inform entrepreneurs and supporters of entrepreneurship.