Wine with TWINE

Date: 
Thursday, March 24, 2011 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location
Hilton Garden Inn/Lewisville Convention Center
785 SH 121 Bypass, Intersection of I35 & 121
Lewisville 75067
United States
Pricing: 

TiE Member - $15

Guests - $25

DFW Entrepreneurs Don’t Miss
“Wine with TWINE” Thursday, March 24 6-8 p.m.

 

If you are an entrepreneur that is seeking a mentor, needing venture funding, or if you are interested in learning how to start your own venture, join TiE Women’s Initiative for Networking and Entrepreneurship (TWINE) for an evening of networking and learning.

The Dallas Chapter of TiE will host “Wine with TWINE” the 2nd annual TiE Women’s Initiative for Networking and Entrepreneurship (TWINE) event on Thursday, March 24 from 6-8 p.m. The event is open to everyone: men and women, emerging and established entrepreneurs, individuals interested in exploring entrepreneurism, and companies that cater to entrepreneurs. 

This year’s event hosts a panel of successful entrepreneurs and professionals dedicated to helping entrepreneurs succeed. The panel will discuss today’s greatest challenges for entrepreneurs while sharing recommendations for overcoming them.
Panelists:
Gabriella Draney, co-founder of Tech Wildcatters, a start-up accelerator which has a goal of helping 6,000 entrepreneurs and creating 25,000 jobs by 2015.
Terri Maxwell, founder of Succeed on Purpose, a business incubator that specializes in transforming former employees into entrepreneurs.
Paula Brown, Managing Director of the Lone Star Agency for Prudential. Paula has been an insurance industry trend setter and leader for more than 30 years with various companies in both the United States and Canada. She developed a customer relationship marketing system that was purchased by John Hancock.
Neeti Khaitan, Chief Relationship Officer for Aegis Communications. Prior to Aegis Communications, Neeti led a variety of international private organizations and was the Chief Executive Officer and President of e-Telequest, a call center company in Phoenix. She has helped companies – including Qualcomm, a leading American telecommunications company – expand internationally. She also served as the off shoring and outsourcing consultant to the China Call Center Committee and advises many governmental offices on the same.

Moderator:
Indira Singla
is CEO of Automation Image, a company she co-founded with her husband. She has served on the board of DFW Minority Business Development Counsel and has been a delegate to the White House Conference on Small Business during Bill Clinton’s Presidency.
  

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