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  • Our Next Event: Blockchain: More than Cryptocurrency

    When: 15th May 2018 5:00:pm
    Where: The Waters Edge at Giovanni's
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    If you equate blockchain with digital currency, you are only getting a small part of the picture. What is blockchain technology truly capable of, and how can you take full advantage of it? Are we looking at the dawn of a whole new internet? We'll talk to "blockchain for business" thought leaders at our next Forum.


    Ken Zimmerman
    Principal at Chateaux

    Ken has more than 30 years of experience in technology consulting and management, and he has co-authored books on Oracle technology and digital marketing. He utilizes his broad range of experience to improve business and operational performance via technology-based solutions, including data warehouse and marketing analytics, enterprise architecture, customer engagement strategy, performance management, blockchain and distributed ledger technologies (DLT), and digital marketing strategy.

    Matt Zarracina
    Co-founder and CEO of True Tickets

    Prior to True Tickets, Matt served as a Director of Innovation in Thales Group’s innovation and ventures practice. His work entailed applying Design Thinking concepts to identify, assess, and develop disruptive innovations for broader commercial applications, including blockchain and DLT. He also served as Senior Manager at Deloitte Consulting where he led growth, M&A, and innovation projects for several Fortune 500 companies. Before Deloitte, Matt served as a helicopter pilot in the United States Navy.

    Joshua Luksberg, Esquire
    V.P. and Connecticut State Manager at First American Title

    Joshua Luksberg is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and the Quinnipiac University School of Law. He began his career in 2004 with Chicago Title, and he joined First American Title in 2009 as branch counsel. He is an executive member of both the Fairfield County Bar Association and the Real Property Section of the Connecticut Bar Association, as well as an active member of the Real Estate Finance Association.


    Benjamin Jensen
    Counsel at Robinson + Cole

    Benjamin is a member of Robinson+Cole’s Business Litigation Group, where he focuses on complex business litigation, intellectual property litigation, and regulatory proceedings. Benjamin is a regular contributor to Robinson+Cole’s Data Privacy + Security Insider blog, with a focus on virtual currency and blockchain technology.

Our next event is still in the works!

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Till then check out some of our past events by visiting our archives!

Our Past Events

  • Next-Level Health Care

    When Was It: 17th Apr 2018 5:00:pm

  • Reality Check: How A/R and V/R Technologies Shape Our World

    When Was It: 27th Mar 2018 5:00:pm

About Us

MIT Enterprise Forum Connecticut is part of a global network of Enterprise Forum chapters. Participation and involvement is open to any member of the entrepreneurial community and attracts executives, business leaders, venture capitalists, industry experts, and service organizations, in addition to our core of technology entrepreneurs. One of the most valuable components of the MIT Enterprise Forum is the networking connections that are developed amongst technology entrepreneurs and the communities in which they reside.

MIT Enterprise Forum Mission

We inform, connect, and coach technology entrepreneurs — enabling them to rapidly transform ideas into world-changing companies. We are a global network of local organizations, inspired by MIT, and open to the world.

MIT Enterprise Forum Vision

Our vision is to build a better world by accelerating the creation and growth of world-class technology companies.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering with the MIT Enterprise Forum of CT is insightful, rewarding and fun!  We offer a unique way to keep pace with latest technologies and business trends, as well as offer opportunities to network with leading business leaders in science and technology industries.

Our success depends on dedicated individuals who volunteer their time and talents throughout the year to define, promote, and manage our activities.

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Special opportunities to meet and provide input for program participants


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The MIT Enterprise Forum of CT’s meetings are made open to the public thanks to the generosity of our sponsors.

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