The Boston Entrepreneurs' Network (ENET) connects early stage entrepreneurs with information and resources necessary to transform an idea into a successful product or service business. Founded in 1991, The Boston Entrepreneurs' Network (ENET) is where tech and life sciences founders and founders-to-be learn, network, and grow. ENET’s meetings have been instrumental in the formation of many startups and provide an important venue for meeting participants and members to network, talk about their ideas, showcase their startups, and conduct business. The MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge is the largest and founding chapter of the MIT Enterprise Forum, a global organization affiliated with MIT through MIT Technology Review. We believe that showcasing emerging technology can inspire innovation. Our larger events will expose you to what ideas just might become reality and how entrepreneurs can capitalize on them.I know you're working. I'll keep plugging along here. The Venture Forum is the not-for-profit community for entrepreneurs at any stage. Formerly known as the WPI Venture Forum, we’re continuing to offer a foundation for learning and connecting with resources essential to launching and growing successful growth businesses. We are also continuing our strong relationship with our Founding Partner, WPI, as we look to expand our community. Whether you are an experienced business owner, an angel investor, venture capitalist, or someone with ideas for starting a new venture, think of The Venture Forum as a place to test out ideas, gain useful feedback, and find needed resources.