TiE- Hyderabad announces TiE- Grad Season 2 - aims to make meaningful institutional partnerships

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 28 March 2018, 09:26 Hrs
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The Indus Entrepreneurs, a non-profit global nertwork started by a group of successful entrepreneurs, corporate executives and senior professionals announces its 2nd Edition of TiE GRAD, a program intended to help engineering & management colleges to guide and mentor students on Entrepreneurship with world class development zones within their campuses.

Speaking more about the event, Kali Prasad Gadiraju, The President of TiE Hyderabad & Office Managing of Ernst & Young says, “This year we have expanded the scope and the students will get the best opportunity to solve real world use cases through a world class platform. Our aim is to extend this opportunity to more students by having meaningful Institutional partnerships.”

TiE provides a proper platform for students to develop their own ideas into creative business ventures. They are also conducting a TiE tournament in August, where college teams will compete eachother with their business models. To take part in the event, the college must become a TiE- Hyderabad Institutional Member and this partnership gives several benefits from TiE which includes, 5 free student memberships, 50+ events that TiE hosts such as Idea Bootcamps, Startup Schools, Immersive Learning Programs and many more.

Phani Pattamatta, Executive Director at TiE Hyderabad, says, “With big prize money riding on these challenges, TiE GRAD is a great platform for winning, learning, networking with best Entrepreneurs from our ecosystem.”

Founded in 1992 by entrepreneurs Kanwal Rekhi, Suhas Patil, Prabhu Goel in Silicon Valley, TiE has 61 chapters in 18 countries and 5 continents. They conduct over 100 events monthly, more than 30 TiEcons per year with the largest held in Silicon Valley. Main mission is to nurture entrepreneurship all over the world through 5 pillars of TiE: mentoring, networking, education, funding and incubation. Over the last two decades, they have become a platform for professionals, industry leaders and investors to establish one another to a long lasting bond.

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