The partnership with The Los Angeles Tribune will help TiE with its promotion and brand awareness. Journalists from the publication will cover future TiE SoCal events and publish relevant headlines in the quarterly magazine. The Los Angeles Tribune aims to strengthen and grow the relationships it has with non-profits in the Los Angeles area, and establish stronger bonds with leaders who are on the front lines of community work.
“We believe this will be a fruitful relationship for years to come. When I took over as President in January of 2020, I knew this would be a year of growth and expansion for our community and am looking forward to being able to secure this for our community,” says Anshuman Sinha the President of TiE SoCal. “This will also benefit the Tribune as it will help demonstrate their willingness to help non-profit communities and demonstrate what can happen when the media and non-profit sectors of Southern California join forces.”
TiE fosters entrepreneurship through worldwide programs focusing on mentoring, networking, education, funding and incubation. Through its activities, TiE aims to nurture and create the next generation of entrepreneurs.
TiE stands for Talent, Ideas and Enterprise. As an open and inclusive organization, it has grown to 12 countries where it runs 70 chapters. Founded to cultivate and nurture the ecosystem of entrepreneurship and the free market economies, TiE offers several enabler programs for the budding entrepreneurs of tomorrow. These include TiE Young Entrepreneurs (TYE), TiE – Education, TiE – Connections, TiE-AMP (Open Pitch Club), TiE-SoCal Labs, Mentor Connect and TiE-Women.
TiE is a non-profit, global community welcoming entrepreneurs from all over the world. TiE Global was founded in 1992 by a group of successful entrepreneurs and is currently the world’s largest entrepreneurial organization out there. For more information, please visit www.socal.tie.org