(Dublin, OH) – The International Entrepreneur (TiE) Ohio, the state chapter of the same organization, is pleased to recognize and celebrate the achievements made by international entrepreneurs throughout Ohio in 2013. This year’s event will also recognize immigrant founders of companies in several categories.
Bill Konstantacos, Vice President & Ohio Center General Manager of Honda R&D America’s,Inc.., will serve as keynote speaker .
“Bill is well positioned to share with us insights into Honda, a company that is the epitome of a global leader in Ohio and the USA,” said TiE Board Chairman Pat Valente.
The event will take place at OCLC international headquarters, 6565 Kilgour Place, on September 19 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The International Entrepreneurs (TiE) is an organization of entrepreneurs who connect, network, and mentor globally to create the next generation of successful entrepreneurs. Founded in Silicon Valley by immigrant tech entrepreneurs, TiE has 57 chapters around the globe.
TiE is now the world’s largest organization for fostering entrepreneurship. TiE Ohio, a statewide chapter, is the 50th chapter of the global TiE network. It fulfills a critical niche in Ohio’s business development landscape by focusing specifically on immigrant and minority entrepreneurs within the region, and by encouraging other such entrepreneurs to consider Ohio as a place to launch their new businesses. TiE Ohio provides focused support to entrepreneurs through mentoring, business education programming, and a business venture competition (TiEQuest). For more information, visit www.tieohio.org
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