TiE Institute

TiE Institute

Mini MBA for entrepreneurs! The endeavor of TiE Institute sessions is to cover tangible, specific subjects of daily interests to entrepreneurs, something they cannot obtain elsewhere and provide detailed information and practical tips from practitioners. Each session is conducted by a panel of experienced VCs, entrepreneurs, angel investors and domain experts.
Topics covered :

  • Strategic Account Management
  • Going Beyond Equity Financing
  • Marketing Communications for Entrepreneurs
  • Network to Succeed - Learn the Do's & Don't of Effective Networking
  • Marketing & Branding
  • Finding the First Customer
  • Power of Effective Networking
  • Art & Science of Fund Raising
  • Attracting & Retaining Talent
  • Looking Beyond Tech
    and many more...

Mini MBA for entrepreneurs! The endeavor of TiE Institute sessions is to cover tangible, specific subjects of daily interests to entrepreneurs, something they cannot obtain elsewhere and provide detailed information and practical tips from practitioners. Each session is conducted by a panel of experienced VCs, entrepreneurs, angel investors and domain experts.

Topics covered :



  • Strategic Account Management

  • Going Beyond Equity Financing

  • Marketing Communications for Entrepreneurs

  • Network to Succeed - Learn the Do's & Don't of Effective Networking

  • Marketing & Branding

  • Finding the First Customer

  • Power of Effective Networking

  • Art & Science of Fund Raising

  • Attracting & Retaining Talent

  • Looking Beyond Tech

    and many more...


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    Justin,What a great video! You're reading my mind again. My

    Justin,What a great video! You're reading my mind again. My inbox is a mefineild full of bright shiny objects and a lot of them truly are useful, wonderful products .which are keeping me from getting with my main goal. I've come up with a tactic that I hope will work for me, though. 1. I know the things I want to accomplish. 2. I've assembled all the tools I need to do the job. 3. I'll make a step-by-step plan to get the jobs done 4. No more BSO's until I reach my goals .maybe one here and there at milestones along the way .Thanks, Justin. You hit the nail with a direct hit!Diane

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    Justin,Thanks for the motivational mesasge!Unfortunately, I

    Justin,Thanks for the motivational mesasge!Unfortunately, I have a second hard drive completely filled with stuff that I just HAD to have. Obviously, I too have been afflicted with shiny object syndrome.One of the things that has kept me from moving forward as much as I would like is my reluctance to forget about all of the money I've spent on these products. While working on a product I have a hard time ridding myself of the feeling that, since I spent XXX bucks on something, I have an obligation to try to fit that idea into my plan. As a result, I find myself trying to develop a plan that integrates eight different techniques with six different plugins that draw traffic from eighteen different types of sites. I feel it's related to the gambler's need to chase losses with one more big bet to get healthy again.Instead, I need to force myself to cut my losses and concentrate on baby steps i.e. one simple task/project at a time.JimJIm Navary recently posted..

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