TiE and Woxsen have come together for TiE Woxsen Startup Accelerator Program – a one of its kind program for early stage entrepreneurs and ideation stage entrepreneurs to foster the entrepreneurial spirit of the startups. The event is scheduled to take place from 16th September to 18th September and from 23rd September to 25th September in Hyderabad.
The fully residential 6 days immersive program will enable the participants to proceed through the whole cycle of entrepreneurship. The cycle will embark from business plan framework to defining target audience to validating business ideas and build consistent marketing plan till the funding options for the venture. The program aims to bring forth some of the innovative ideas to the fore-front by nurturing the early stage startups.
The entrepreneurship program will witness Mr. Suresh Challa (President, TiE Hyderabad), Mr. Arvind Subramanyam (CEO, Woxen school of business), Mr. Sanjay Jesrani (Founder & CEO, Go North Ventures), Ms. Ekta Bhal (Partner, Samvad partners), Mr. Ananth Rao (Chairman, Focus Skill Pro) and many more as mentors and/or speakers.
Over the past few years Hyderabad has been evolving into a hub for start-ups with more and more professionals leaving their traditional jobs to become entrepreneurs using technology and innovation to drive their businesses. But few of the ideas do not see the light of the day, which may be due to lack of access to skilled human resources, financial assistance, professional mentors etc.
TiE Hyderabad is a non-profit, global community welcoming entrepreneurs from all over the world. They believe in the power of ideas to change the face of entrepreneurship and growing business through five pillars: Mentoring, networking, education, incubating and funding. Woxsen School of Business understands that developing entrepreneurs goes much further than teaching management.
Woxsen School of Business has been established to take up this challenge, creating an ecosystem where entrepreneurs can be trained and nurtured,
said Mr.Veen Pula (Chairman, Woxsen School of Business).