Entrepreneurship is a tough business.

Fighting unforeseen risks-factors, overcoming barriers that most of the times stem from lack of complete knowledge and good guidance take a toll of health of both, entrepreneurs and their startups. Most of the startups even fail to take-off when they nosedive to tumultuous weather. Tie Global is one of a kind organisation that mentors entrepreneurs in their journey towards innovation and excellence.

In its own words, ‘It’s mission is to foster entrepreneurship globally through mentoring, networking, education, incubating and funding. It is dedicated to the virtuous cycle of wealth creation and giving back to the community, TiE’s focus is on generating and nurturing our next generation of entrepreneurs.’

Tie has 61 chapters in 18 countries across the world and TiE Chandigarh is one of the chapters in India.

Encouraging entrepreneurs and providing them a platform to develop comradeship, TiE Global along with 10 TiE chapters are organising first of its kind “Run for Entrepreneurship”. The theme of the marathon is ‘Million Steps for Entrepreneurship‘.

Event Details: 

Venue: Sukhna Lake, Chandigarh

Date & Time: 4 December 2016 at 8am (Reporting Time: 6am)

Participation Fee: Rs 100 per person

Run Categories: 3km & 5km.

Who Can Participate: Anyone, not just TiE members.

What You Get: A T-shirt, medal, refreshments and the best part being opportunity to interact with like minded entrepreneurs, startups & professionals.

For Registrationhttp://advstagingweb.cloudapp.net/tie-global/

If you need an added boost to your entrepreneurial spirits, better be there.

A woman with varied interests, from geeky technology to serene poetry, but with a solitary passion to play with words. Ratisha is educated in sociology, psychology and human rights, that has sensitized her well to talk about all topics of human concern. She has been writing for many nationally and internationally acclaimed e-magazines and news portals including The Huffington Post, (United States) among others. When not writing, she is either found brushing strokes on a canvas or peering through her glasses into a novel.

Similar Articles

Leave a Reply