TGS 2020 will attract 20,000 entrepreneurs from 25+ countries, world leaders, influencers and policy makers with potential funding for 250 start-ups by 200 global investors attending the summit. TiE, Hyderabad will be hosting TiE’s largest ever and first Virtual Global…
250+ Investors are estimated to fund entrepreneurs to a tune of $250 million 20,000 attendees to be matched with prospective customers automatically to transact business Nurturing the power of Artificial Intelligence, the TiE Global Summit to be held on Dec…
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There is a certain romance attached to the young successful entrepreneur, but what VCs and analysts are wrong – most founders hit peak in their 40s.
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An Entrepreneurship promoting platform which helps young citizens to become job creators rather than seekers amid the uncertain employment scenario in the country – AAP’s pioneering attempt to empower through education.
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