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Our members, partners, and volunteers come together to support innovation and startup growth  through collective community efforts such as sharing experiences and resources, exchanging ideas, supporting the development of new TiE events focused on hot innovation topics, and so much more.

Our Charter Members give their advice and time to support rising entrepreneurs’ personal and professional growth. By fostering community among entrepreneurs, we empower individuals to create economic growth and vibrant careers through building innovative businesses.

Our community also gives back through the following TiE Boston programs:


TiE ScaleUp was developed to help growth stage companies overcome common obstacles and barriers to scale. Through this program, the community is able to support startups that are in need of the next stage of knowledge, mentoring, connections and resources, to successfully prepare for scale and their next capital raise. Participation in our five-month accelerator is free for admitted companies and we do not take any equity. Over 40 startups have participated in the ScaleUp program – collectively they have raised over $30 million and 100% are still operating today. To learn more, visit or contact Program Manager, Simone LaPray, at


TiE Boston Angels provides funding and advice to innovative, technology-driven startup companies addressing a significant market opportunity where the investment can make a difference. We introduce entrepreneurs to potential investors through business plan presentations at monthly meetings.  Over 24 startups have received over $10 million in funding through TiE Boston Angel group and our network of angel investors. Attendance at these meetings is only by invitation. To learn more, visit or contact Managing Director, Vivek Soni, at


TYE (TiE Young Entrepreneurs) – In its 14th year, this award-winning program for high school students seeks to train the next generation of entrepreneurs through workshops led by seasoned entrepreneurs, mentorship and culminates with a business plan competition where participants pitch in front of investors! Created by TiE Boston in 2005, this program helps high school participants develop leadership, communication and team-building skills and is now implemented in 20+ TiE chapters around the world. The first place team from Boston has the opportunity to participate in the TYE Global Competition and win up to $10K in seed funding!

To learn more, visit or contact Program Manager, Simone LaPray, at

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