25 Feb '13, 4am

@ieohmingpei Brown Bag Lunch: TiE Singapore Business Networking Lunch

This TiE Singapore networking event is the first of a monthly series that they will be organizing in 2013. Join the BROWN BAG LUNCH where all attendees can choose their own meals. TiE Members, Guests and Partners are entrepreneurs or aspiring entrepreneurs, professionals or students, interested in networking with mentors and industry veterans, in gaining knowledge about their field of interest, and in learning from the stories of successful entrepreneurs and business leaders. TiE’s current members and partners come from a diverse set of industries including IT, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Banking and Finance, Biotech, Legal services, Hospitality among others.

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