The Mumbai chapter of The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) has announced the launch of ‘TiECON Mumbai 2016’, a entrepreneurial conclave, to be held at Mumbai’s NCPA on January 6 & 7, 2016.
TiECON Mumbai 2016, based on the theme ‘Transformation lead by Disruption’, the conclave aims to bring together entrepreneurs from established economies with emerging economies.
Founded in 1992 in Silicon Valley, TiE currently has over 13,000 members across 18 countries. Worldwide, all chapters of TiE are driven by the common mission of fostering entrepreneurship through mentoring, networking, incubating and funding promising startups and ideas.
TiECON Mumbai 2016 aims to bring together entrepreneurs from established economies with emerging economies. Besides showcasing new entrepreneurial ideas, the larger goal of the conclave is to deliberate on evolving business models and disruptions that have radically transformed the landscape of entrepreneurship.
About 200 startups will get an opportunity to pitch their business ideas before a panel of investors including Ratan Tata (Chairman Emeritus Tata Sons), Harsh Mariwala (Chairman Marico Industries), Ronnie Screwvala (Founder Unilazer Ventures), Ritesh Agarwal (Founder & CEO, OYO Rooms), Kunal Shah (Founder Freecharge), Kunal Bahl (Founder Snapdeal), among others.
Apart from them, over 1,500 delegates comprising Indian and Global CXOs, entrepreneurs, investors, thought leaders and policymakers will also take part in the conclave.