UChicago and TiEcon Delhi - Partners in Entrepreneurship
September 28, 2012: 10:30 AM - September 29, 2012: 1:00 PM
The University of Chicago is pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with the Delhi chapter of a prestigious Indian entrepreneurship network, TiE.
On this occasion, the University of Chicago Alumni Association and Chicago Booth Alumni Affairs cordially invite you to TiEcon Delhi, Delhi's annual TiE conference, which features fascinating workshops, keynote lectures, and two uniquely UChicago events.
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The Taj Palace Hotel Delhi
Sardar Patel Marg
New Delhi, India
Charter Member Complimentary
Regular Member 7,000
Register your Spouse 6,500
TiEcon Delhi 2012 only 8,500
TiEcon Delhi 2012
+ Discounted Annual TiE Delhi Membership 9,500
Special price for non-member groups (not inclusive of TiE Delhi Membership)
Groups of 3 and 4
Groups of 5-10
Groups of 10+ delegates
Student Member 4,500
Group Booking Discount
10% Discount on 3 or 4 members
15% Discount on 5 or more members
No Discount for Students
Chicago Booth Alumni Office Europe
Friday, 28 September | 10:30 - 11:00 a.m.
Fireside Chat with Robert Gertner, Chicago Booth
The Increasing Impact of Social Entrepreneurship on Economies and Society—and the Role Education Can Play in Accelerating It
The global growth of for-profit and non-profit social enterprises has been mirrored by business schools' expansion of social enterprise curricula and activities. This presentation will explore business schools' role in supporting social enterprise, and Booth's differentiated approach to this sector. The presentation will feature Robert Gertner, deputy dean, Joel F. Gemunder professor of strategy and finance, and trustee of the National Opinion Research Center, and will be moderated by Luis Miranda, MBA '89, chairman of the advisory board of the Centre for Civil Society and a member of the Global Advisory Board of Chicago Booth.
Saturday, 29 September | 12:15 - 1:00 p.m.
UChicago Alumni Social Entrepreneurship Panel
Measurement and Long-Run Impact: A Discussion with UChicago Social Entrepreneurs
Three alumni social entrepreneurs working in India will discuss their organizations' approach to measuring outcomes and how effective measurement generates long-run impact.
Three alumni social entrepreneurs working in India will discuss their organizations' approach to measuring outcomes and how effective measurement generates long-run impact. The panel will be moderated by Chicago Booth professor Robert Gertner, and feature:
- Sandeep Ahuja, MPP'06, Founder and CEO, Operation ASHA
- Sachi Shenoy, AB'97, MBA'07, Cofounder and Executive Director, Upaya Social Ventures
- Christopher Turillo, MBA'10, Founder, Medha