The TYE program is a series of structured workshops for high school students where the students learn how to come up with a good business idea and build a plan around it.Participants are mentored in teams by our Charter Members, culminating in a formal presentation of their idea and plan to a panel of experienced entrepreneurs.
TiE Melbourne is an eclectic group of entrepreneurs each with a history of successful business ventures. What brings us together is a shared, abiding interest in conscious entrepreneurship – pursuing profitable, impactful ventures with a wholesome purpose, ethical approach, and a sense of self-awareness.
TiE Melbourne is pleased to launch the TiE Women Entrepreneurs Program (TwE) for women entrepreneurs residing in the state of Victoria, with initial focus on women of Indian heritage. TwE is delivered in partnership with the Australia India Chamber and the Australia India Institute and supported by the Victorian State Government.
Can you please help me raise capital for my startup? is perhaps the most frequently asked question by new members of TiE Melbourne, and indeed early stage entrepreneurs. Typically at this point, the s … READ MORE
TiE Melbourne invites you to a first of its kind gathering of owners of Melbourne based Indian restaurants and catering businesses for a facilitated discussion on common challenges and opportunities. … READ MORE
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TiE Young Entrepreneurs is a Global program aimed at fostering our future generation of entrepreneurs. TYE focuses on teaching entrepreneurship to high school students and helping them discover the rewards and challenges of becoming an entrepreneur.
TiE Global’s All India Road Show on Women’s Economic Empowerment through Entrepreneurship (AIRSWEEE), a joint initiative by TiE Global and the US Department of State, was launched in September 2016 with the goal of empowering women across Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities in India.
The TiE University Challenge offers post-graduate university students an opportunity to present their startup ideas, and participate at local and regional TiE Competitions. The winning teams from Asia and Europe have an opportunity to apply to the Rice University’s acclaimed Business Plan Competition, which invests $1.5million and several prizes to the 42 Finalists.