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MIT Enterprise Forum Mexico Launches at Two-Day Event in Jalisco

The MIT Enterprise Forum community continues to expand around the world. Our new chapter in Mexico launched at a two-day event in Jalisco on March 24-25. Speakers include Jason Pontin (Editor in Chief and Publisher, MIT Technology Review, Chairman, MIT Enterprise Forum), Brian Anthony (Co-director, Medical Electronic Device Realization Center at MIT) and Gabriela Enrique (Founder, Prospera, Consultant, The World Bank).  

View the social media snapshot with hundreds of tweets from the launch event where event attendees used the hashtag #MITEFmx2014 to tag their comments and photos.

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