TiE Hyd to conduct 'Start-up SmashUP’ on Feb 17

Will bring early stage startups, aspiring entrepreneurs, business leaders under one platform

The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) chapter, the local chapter of the global entrepreneurial network, in association with Microsoft ThinkNext, is organising its edition of ‘Start-up SmashUP’ on February 17 in Hyderabad.

The day-long event will bring the early stage startups, aspiring entrepreneurs, business leaders, incubation centers, angel investors and venture capitals under one platform to provide support for extensive networking, peer-group relationship building, mentoring and in funding activities.

The event allows the entrepreneurs to present their ideas to the investor community. Of all the start-ups that apply, 10 will be shortlisted by members from Hyderabad Angels and TiE Incubator Investment Committee, according to a release.

Mukund Mohan, serial entrepreneur and chief executive officer of Microsoft Accelerator and Vasudeva Varma, chief executive of IIIT-H Foundation (incubator) will be the key speakers, according to a release.

The event will also have a 'start-up boot camp' session. It will have panel discussions from topics ranging from the art of pitching, sources of seed funding, early stage go-to-market strategy and expansion.

The forum, which is also open for individuals who see themselves as prospect entrepreneurs, is being conducted once in every quarter. The previous  ‘Start-up SmashUP’ event saw participation of around 100 start-ups.

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TiE Hyd to conduct 'Start-up SmashUP’ on Feb 17

Will bring early stage startups, aspiring entrepreneurs, business leaders under one platform

Itishree Samal  |  Hyderabad 



The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) chapter, the local chapter of the global entrepreneurial network, in association with Microsoft ThinkNext, is organising its edition of ‘Start-up SmashUP’ on February 17 in Hyderabad.

The day-long event will bring the early stage startups, aspiring entrepreneurs, business leaders, incubation centers, angel investors and venture capitals under one platform to provide support for extensive networking, peer-group relationship building, mentoring and in funding activities.


The event allows the entrepreneurs to present their ideas to the investor community. Of all the start-ups that apply, 10 will be shortlisted by members from Hyderabad Angels and TiE Incubator Investment Committee, according to a release.

Mukund Mohan, serial entrepreneur and chief executive officer of Microsoft Accelerator and Vasudeva Varma, chief executive of IIIT-H Foundation (incubator) will be the key speakers, according to a release.

The event will also have a 'start-up boot camp' session. It will have panel discussions from topics ranging from the art of pitching, sources of seed funding, early stage go-to-market strategy and expansion.

The forum, which is also open for individuals who see themselves as prospect entrepreneurs, is being conducted once in every quarter. The previous  ‘Start-up SmashUP’ event saw participation of around 100 start-ups.

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TiE Hyd to conduct 'Start-up SmashUP’ on Feb 17

Will bring early stage startups, aspiring entrepreneurs, business leaders under one platform

The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) Hyderabad chapter, the local chapter of the global TiE entrepreneurial network, in association with Microsoft ThinkNext, is organising its edition of ‘Start-up SmashUP’ on February 17 in Hyderabad.
The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) chapter, the local chapter of the global entrepreneurial network, in association with Microsoft ThinkNext, is organising its edition of ‘Start-up SmashUP’ on February 17 in Hyderabad.

The day-long event will bring the early stage startups, aspiring entrepreneurs, business leaders, incubation centers, angel investors and venture capitals under one platform to provide support for extensive networking, peer-group relationship building, mentoring and in funding activities.

The event allows the entrepreneurs to present their ideas to the investor community. Of all the start-ups that apply, 10 will be shortlisted by members from Hyderabad Angels and TiE Incubator Investment Committee, according to a release.

Mukund Mohan, serial entrepreneur and chief executive officer of Microsoft Accelerator and Vasudeva Varma, chief executive of IIIT-H Foundation (incubator) will be the key speakers, according to a release.

The event will also have a 'start-up boot camp' session. It will have panel discussions from topics ranging from the art of pitching, sources of seed funding, early stage go-to-market strategy and expansion.

The forum, which is also open for individuals who see themselves as prospect entrepreneurs, is being conducted once in every quarter. The previous  ‘Start-up SmashUP’ event saw participation of around 100 start-ups.
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