ABOUT MIT ENTERPRISE FORUM CONNECTICUT
MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) Connecticut is part of a global network of chapters dedicated to the promotion of entrepreneurship and innovation worldwide. We inform, connect, and coach early-stage technology entrepreneurs – enabling them to rapidly transform ideas into world-changing companies.
Founded in 2013 with the goal of promoting and enriching the entrepreneurship ecosystem in Connecticut, we aim to celebrate and support all potential startups and entrepreneurs in Connecticut through our programs.
The Connecticut Chapter of the MIT Enterprise Forum was created in the mid-1980s by a group of passionate volunteers. Our Chapter leadership is dedicated to make an impact on Connecticut’s entrepreneurs through our educational events and engaging conversations.
Guergana Rangatcheva, CPA
Chair, MIT Enterprise Forum of Connecticut
Senior Audit Manager, CohnReznick
Investment Analyst, Connecticut Innovations
Managing Partner, McCormick, Paulding & Huber
Counsel, Robinson + Cole
Partner, Day Pitney LLP
President, Upfront Analysis
General Partner, Axiom Venture Partners
Manager, Membership and Public Policy, Connecticut Technology Council
Associate, Wiggin and Dana
Ira Yellen, APR, Fellow PRSA
President & CEO, First Experience Communications
Partner, Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey LLP
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Volunteering with the MIT Enterprise Forum of CT is insightful, rewarding, and fun! We offer a unique way to keep pace with the latest technologies and business trends, and opportunities to network with leading business leaders in science and technology industries.
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