Students, Register on Discounted Fee for TieCON Chandigarh 2018 & Inspire Your Entrepreneurial Spirit

TiECON Chandigarh 2018

Chandigarh is a land of buzzing energy, new ideas and infectious zeal to make big in the world. What can be a better way to be inspired and stay dedicated than TiECON Chandigarh, the coveted platform that brings entrepreneurs from across the spectrum under one roof to inspire and get inspired to turn obstacles into opportunities in their arduous journey of entrepreneurship.

True to its underlying motto to create wealth and giving it back to the community, TiECON Chandigarh 2018 is going to focus on igniting gen-next to venture confidently to join the league of leaders & entrepreneurs. With 38 speakers on board sharing their entrepreneurial journeys for two days, the TiECON Chandigarh 2018 will be no less than a ‘Mecca’ of budding entrepreneurs.

Keeping zealous students in mind, TiECON has a special discounted offer for students’ registration. While the registration fee for others is Rs 2000, students can register for just Rs 500.


Date: March 8-9, 2018

Venue: Indian Business School, Mohali

Registration Fee for students: Rs 499 + taxes (Rs 590)

What all includes in the registration: Conference & Exhibition Pass, Delegate Kit, Networking Lunch 8th-9th March 2018

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About TiE

TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) is a global not-for- profit network of entrepreneurs and
professionals. It was established in 1992 in Silicon Valley by a group of successful
entrepreneurs, senior professionals and corporate executives for the advancement of
entrepreneurship. TiE currently have 13000 members from across 57 countries in the world. The company focuses on generating and nurturing next generation of entrepreneurs. TiE was founded on the belief that nurturing entrepreneurs will lead to the virtuous cycle of wealth creation and encapsulates the true spirit of giving back to the community. It was late C.K. Prahalad, Chief Mentor of TiE who said, “Mentoring is an essential part of building an entrepreneurial culture.”