BOSTON– TiE Boston President & Venture Capitalist Nilanjana Bhowmik says that no other conference in Boston comes close to the quality of speakers and depth of discussion than TiECON East, which will be held on May 7 at the Westin Boston Waterfront hotel and will feature Artificial Intelligence as Digital Health as a central theme.
In an exclusive video interview with INDIA New England News, Ms. Bhowmik, who heads Boston’s latest woman-lend venture capital firm Converge and is the first woman to hold the office of the president in the organization’s 20-year history, says TiE Boston’s signature event TiECON East is the place to be on May 7.
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“No other conference in Boston comes close to the quality of speakers and depth of discussion than TiECON East. This is because our conference is put together by domain experts – our members who are founders and executives of leading companies in their field,” says Ms. Bhowmik. “As a not-for-profit, we keep ticket prices low to make such a high quality event accessible to a broad range of attendees including engineers, founders, and executives in tech and health care.”
TiE Boston connects tomorrow’s founders with today’s entrepreneurs, executives and venture capitalists. Founded in 1997 by entrepreneurs who immigrated from the Indus region, TiE Boston champions inclusion in innovation by blending the fundamentals of entrepreneurship with traditional Indian values that place importance on community, mentorship and long-term relationships.
TiE Boston is one of the region’s largest and oldest organizations supporting the Massachusetts entrepreneurial ecosystem, focused on supporting entrepreneurs throughout their lifecycle — from ideation to creation, through growth, wealth creation and ultimately, support of future founders.