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The problem: New startups often face the problem of not having the right documents essential for business operations. It can be extremely hard to manage the extra time, resources and unexpected costs to ensure critical documents related to Fundraising, Accounts, Legal, Human Resources, etc. are in place before starting a business.

The solution: WF NEN has developed Helpdesk Resource Library which is a repository of documents and resources needed for startup operations, with the intent to assist entrepreneurs with their startup needs. The entrepreneurs can download for free and integrate them into their business needs.

Go to Resource Library
Start Up word on a dry erase board written as steps or a diagram on how to launch a new business including idea, research, business plan, funding, budget, staffing and launch

Start Up word on a dry erase board written as steps or a diagram on how to launch a new business including idea, research, business plan, funding, budget, staffing and launch

Introducing TiE SoCal Labs

Introducing TiE SoCal LabsWe are pleased to launch a new program called TiE SoCal Labs on 9th March.  This virtual incubator program is designed for “Hungry SoCal Entrepreneurs” who are eager to receive help from the TiE Global network. Nitin Rai from TiE Global Angels Alliance (TGAA) will be launching this amazing program. Mangesh Mahajan, Partner at WaterMark Venture Capital, will be the chair of this program. Well-known VCs, Angels and seasoned Entrepreneurs will be available to mentor these startup founders. An exclusive group of founders and their startups will be selected in the first year.

Our bold vision is to help aspiring entrepreneurs with the entire lifecycle of their company – from cradle to successful exit: ideation process (above), making a realistic business plan, finding co-founders, building proof-of-concept, finding beta customers, commercializing the products, creating go-to-market strategy, expanding sales and distribution channels, and above all, exploring various fund-raising options. We are going to put key people, processes and systems in place to make you successful!

TiE SoCal is going through a selection process for the first batch of startup companies to be admitted to this amazing incubator. We have already received a dozen or so applications, and our committee has decided to keep the invite open for a few more. Are you interested in applying for the TiE SoCal Labs? This is your chance to get in on the ground-floor!
Please Apply here

We are anticipating a Huge Turnout for the TiE SoCal Labs launch event (we’re hearing that this launch may include live pitches from the final round of applicants, live audience participation and selection (aka The Voice), and a few surprises… but we can’t give it all away).

Place: Real Office Centers at the Vine OC
5151 California Ave. Suite 100
Irvine, CA 92617

When: March 9 from 6 pm onward
What: Indian dinner will be served

Register Now

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Let’s face it – Getting financial backing is difficult. For most, it’s not a pleasant experience. We are trying to revolutionize this by giving you an opportunity to impress our panelists with your Startup idea who might back you with INR 1.5 Million in just 10 Minutes!

Click Here for details

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An exciting 3-day platform aimed at attracting over 7,000 attendees, including startups, leading technology providers, investors, thought leaders and influencers

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21-23 November, Bengaluru

Click Here for the Preliminary Brochure

Golden Opportunity to meet Investors

Thurday, October 15, 2015 from 2.30 pm to 6.00 pm


Dear Sir/Madam,

The Indian Merchants’ Chamber’s private Equity Committee has organized its annual Workshop “Speed Dating with Venture Capitalists (VC’s)” as per following details:

Day & Date     : Thursday, October 15, 2015
Time                : 2:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m
Venue              : Walchand Hirachand Hall, 4th floor, IMC Building, Churchgate, Mumbai

The workshop will have pre-arranged one-on-one meetings with some of India’s top early-stage investors to present your business plan, get the advice to set direction for way forward. You will get 10 minutes to speak one on one to your three preferred India’s top Investors and pitch your business idea to them.

This workshop will give you excellent opportunity to network and present your business ideas to these investors.

The registration charge for the event is Rs.2500/- only (inclusive of service tax).

To register, fill the attached registration form and send across to Ms. Andrea Fernandes at andrea.fernandes@imcnet.org  or call on 2204 6633.

With regards,

Arvind Pradhan
Director General

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After testing its startup mentor programme in Israel, search giant Google is now turning its focus on Indian startups. The company has picked India to kick-start its startup mentorship programme Launchpad this year, signalling its growing interest in Indian startups.

On Monday, it launched the first of four such week-long programmes, during which a set of mentors from Google and other companies will coach startups looking to grow. “This is one of our large scale new programme offering,” said Sunil Rao, who heads the startup initiative for Google India. While Google has an interest in growing India’s digital economy, the startup programme could also turn into a pipeline for Google’s investment arm.

The company’s venture capital arm had recently picked up a stake in real estate portal Commonfloor and Freshdesk, a Chennai-based customer support tool. In India, Google plans to mentor close to 100 companies through Launchpad, which was started on a small scale nearly three years ago in Israel. Last year, it was conducted in 20 different cities.oogle benefits from the growing digital economy, as companies spend on Google to acquire customers. In the year ended March 2014, Google’s revenue crossed 3,000 crore, up 47% YoY, helped by increasing online advertising spend.

All the “bits and pieces” of Google’s startup programmes will be consolidated under Launchpad. “It will be like one offering to the developer from a startup perspective,” said Rao, country head, start-up ecosystem India, Google India.

“It will be like one offering to the developer from a startup perspective,” said Rao, country head, startup ecosystem, Google India. The company plans to take Launchpad to 50 cities this year but in India, most of its activities will be focused in Bengaluru. Rao, who heads the developer relations team for Google in India, has grown the Google developer community to one of the biggest with 45 chapters.Google Developer Relations was set up in India about five years ago in Hyderabad.

The team now has four people and operates out of Bengaluru, the largest among such teams for Google. It mainly focuses on creating Google developer groups, focused around Google technologies such as the Android operating system.

India is one of the largest Google developer ecosystems, with a large number of Android developers.

Increasingly, India has become core to Google’s vision of getting 7 billion people or the world’s population to use the Internet.

Many top executives of the $60 billion search company have been visiting India over the last few months, signalling its increasing interest in India’s growing Internet economy. Last September, Google launched its Android One programme to make smartphones affordable in India and other Southeast Asian countries.

http://tech.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/startups/google-offer-launchpad-to-digital-startups-in-india/46103773


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