Welcome to TiE New York
We are driven by a global vision with a local mission.
TiE New York was founded in 1998 in New York City by a group of successful entrepreneurs, corporate executives and service providers. With nearly 150 members and counting, TiE New York is the fourth largest chapter in the United States.
In recent years New York City and surrounding areas have experienced high growth in scaleable startups, TiE New York has evolved to embrace innovation and rise to the community’s needs.
To provide access to mentoring, networking, and funding for entrepreneurs in all stages, in all industries.
Meeting Our Mission
Through Strategic Programming, TiE New York meets entrepreneurs where they are.
Year-round programming allows TiE New York’s Charter Members, Entrepreneur Members, and the entrepreneurial ecosystem to learn from, and network with leading founders, investors, and community-at-large.
TiE New York utilizes Tuesdays for all programming to establish a consistent calendar for all members and attendees. Participating in Global Events and Programs allows TiE New York to support local entrepreneurs at a global level.
Local Members, Global Network
TiE New York brings together entrepreneurs, investors, mentors to build meaningful relationships and expand networks that support individuals in their startup journey.
TiE New York offers three types of memberships:
- Charter Members
- Entrepreneur Members
- Student Members
All members get access to TiE New York’s ecosystem and the TiE Global ecosystem.
TiE Global was founded in 1992 in Silicon Valley by a group of successful entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and senior professionals with roots in the Indus region. Since then, the organization has grown globally and includes entrepreneurs from all industries, in all stages, and all backgrounds.
TiE Global is devoted to entrepreneurs in all industries, at all stages, from incubation, throughout the entrepreneurial lifecycle. With a global reach and a local focus, the heart of TiE Global’s efforts lies in five foundational programs – Mentoring, Networking, Education, Funding and Incubation.