Managing Growth When Your Light Remains Under a Bushel

More than two-thirds of the products made by San Diego’s D&K Engineering are complex electromechanical devices that were developed confidentially for the military and major manufacturers. The engineering company has grown to $50 million in revenues through “word-of-mouth” marketing. Now D&K Engineering is considering worldwide expansion. The San Diego MIT Enterprise Forum explores what key decisions, strategies and tactics are needed to grow into an international manufacturer when D&K can’t showcase its eminence? Networking and registration begins at 5 p.m., or register online here.