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TiE Mentor Connect is a structured, small group networking program that provides an opportunity to meet, learn from, and engage in discussions with successful entrepreneurs, executives, and professionals. APPLY
Meet top PE funds, VC Funds and HNI's who look at this conference as hunting grounds for fundable opportunities, great ideas and smart entrepreneurs. Discuss with them your idea and figure out if this could be the turning point for your enterprise. APPLY
Sourcing the necessary funds for a new startup or existing business venture, is one of the most basic functions of an entrepreneur.
Many small entrepreneurs from imaginative kids to home makers have hit pots of gold by developing/ marketing their new wave ideas and turning it into successful businesses.
The Angels are usually successful business entrepreneurs or heads of multinational companies who invest in a business proposition/business ventures.
Anant Agarwal, President of edX and Director of CSAIL, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT, delivered a "Breakthrough Thinker" talk at TiEcon 2012.
Are you one of those juvenile entrepreneurs who think that all that’s needed for a startup to succeed are you, your idea(s), your people and your money?!!!
Every customer is precious and must be made to feel it. However, you are going to have difficult customers, who in spite of your wholehearted devotion can be very demanding and frustrating
Smart professionals learn from others’ mistakes don’t they? So why not do your homework and be ready with awareness on how/where people have gone wrong.
"Startup Cookbook: A to Z from the Experts" Part 3
Guy Kawasaki survived working for Steve Jobs twice. At Silicon Valley Bank's CEO Summit on October 6, 2011, Guy shared lessons learned from the entrepreneur of the 21st century.