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Entrepreneur’s Bazaar: TieCon 2008


The premier conclave of entrepreneurs in the Silicon Valley this year drew over 3,000 attendees, according to the organizers at the The IndUS Entrepreneurs.

With 10 panels, five keynote sessions and four distinguished speakers, TiECon continues to be a significant event in the Silicon Valley business calendar.

Siliconeer presents a photo essay
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(Above): At this year’s TiE conference (l-r): TiE Silicon Valley charter member Vish Mishra, Jet Airways chairman and founder Naresh Goyal, TVS Capital Funds chairman and managing director Gopal Srinivasan and TiE Silicon Valley president Raj Jaswa. [Sameer Yagnik/Creations by Sam photo]


(Above): Tesla Motors chairman Elon Musk (r) talking to a group of adoring admirers. [Sameer Yagnik/Creations by Sam photo]




(Above): Intense networking sessions at TiECon 2008. [Siliconeer photo]


(Above): At the cavernous Santa Clara Convention Center over 400 participants, including 250 startups, 45 VCs, 15 strategic partner firms providing banking and financial services set up kiosks to interact with thousands of attendees. [Siliconeer photo]


(Above): India’s San Francisco Consul General B.S. Prakash chats with an attendee at TiECon 2008. [Siliconeer photo]


(Above): The Rai & Associates law firm booth at TiECon 2008. [Siliconeer photo]


(Above): The Chugh Firm booth at TiECon 2008. [Siliconeer photo]

Interested readers can get more information on The IndUS Entrepreneur (TiE) by visiting www.tie.org.

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