If you did not attend the TiECon 2021 from May 6th to 8th then you have missed the biggest entrepreneurial event in the world. For those of you with an affinity for innovation, drive, and solutions, we have a quick summary of what went down during the energy-filled 3 days. The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE), was founded in 1992 in Silicon Valley by a group of successful entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and senior professionals with roots in the Indus region. They are an organization driven by a powerful vision of assisting entrepreneurs, empowering individuals, and creating wealth in communities.
Some highlights from the event include
Leading Trends in AI/ML: A diverse panel from across life sciences, education, and arts shared the progression and possibilities of AI across these fields. The creation of AI-enabled Art, AI enabling healthcare efficiencies to reduce the burden of care of professionals, and quantification of knowledge gaps and assessments were some of the themes discussed and highlighted.
Grand Keynote: Entertaining the World – Netflix And Its Culture Of Reinvention: This session was full of fun insights from Reed Hastings on how to manage a company at the edge of chaos for creativity while maintaining a good market sense. Monika Shergill, the VP for content for India shared how the Indian audience is one of the most heterogeneous and diverse with respect to the range of genres and types of shows they enjoy. Hence diversity is at the heart of designing the programming for every taste, mood, and desire of the Indian diaspora around the world!
Meet the Drapers: This session was a pitch session for super innovative startups looking for funding that were competing to get on the next season of Meet the Drapers reality show.
Powering Healthcare through Data Science: In this session, Pallaw Sharma, Dr. Amita Joshi, and Dr. David Nace discussed how current technology adoption is very slow. Breakthrough will be achieved by the convergence of the physical world with the digital world, and these intersections will help unlock valuable insights. Pallaw Sharma mentioned, “We tend to overestimate what we can achieve in 1 year while underestimating what we can achieve in 10yrs.”
Unicorn Exit: Razat Gaurav shared how focusing on employees and engaging them through purpose and mission-driven culture is critical for success. Transparency builds trust with employees, board as well as investors…small things go a long way for success.
If this has powered you up to think about your next entrepreneurial adventure then go check out the TiE website at www.tie.org.
Reach out to us and let us know what entrepreneurial topics you would like to learn more about. Let us bring your areas of interest closer to you through this wonderful channel of India Currents.