Executive Summary – How, by When, to whom?, Executive Summaries must be limited to 5 pages of text with information on the following: 1. Company summary 2. Customer/market analysis (market size and potential market share) 3. Product or service description 4. Intellectual property status (e.g., patents, licenses, etc.) 5. Competitive differentiation 6. Management team and/or advisors, including relevant experience 7. Financial highlights 8. Status and offering of the company (how much investment you are seeking) In your Executive Summary, we expect you to convey: 1. The problem or need your company solves 2. The size of the accessible market & evidence that customers will buy your product/service 3. Your differentiation vs. competition and how you will sustain that 4. The experience of your management team and/or advisory boards 5. The current state of development (e.g., beta, customer trials, etc.) 6. Timeframes to achieve significant revenue and/or cash flow positive 7. The amount of funding you are seeking Last date of submission of Executive Summary: 15th December 2011 Submit your Executive Summaries by logging online at: http://tiedelhi2012.istart.org | Log-in/Register on Chapter Home page – Create account – Fill in application – Upload Executive Summary Team Composition At least one graduate student must be a member of the venture’s start-up management team. All the graduate students are allowed to participate in the competition including, Executive MBA’s, MD Candidates, other Master’s Candidates and PhD Candidates. The maximum number of student competitors on a team participating at all level competitions is five (5), although there is no restriction on the total size of the venture’s founding team. Business Sessions I & II Once your executive summary is chosen, you will be notified to be part of the business sessions I and II with the mentors assigned. The business sessions are designed to help you refine your business plan and pitch respectively. The Grand All Asia Finale – Delhi, February 2012 The grand finale of the All Asia Business Plan Competition will be hosted by TiE Delhi – NCR in February 2011. But the action does not stop here. The Grand Asia Finale will be part of the largest gathering of start-ups and entrepreneurs in India. TiE Delhi – NCR is excited to be hosting SmashUP, one of the most exciting events, energizing the start-up community in India. Get inspired with successful entrepreneurs, be part of the most exciting entrepreneurial ecosystem in India. Present or showcase your venture to potential clients, partners, investors and customers. TiE All Asia Business Plan Competition: Rewards 1. Prizes in excess of $1.5 million 2. Additional prizes for elevator pitch and company showcase 3. 2011 had the first team walk away with $6,41,600 worth of rewards including $350,000 investment TiE – About Us Founded in Silicon Valley in 1992 by a group of successful entrepreneurs, corporate executive and senior professionals, TiE has over 13,000 members including over 2500 charter members, in 57 chapters across 14 countries. TiE globally brings together top VC firms, fortune 500 companies, as well as startups and professional service providers and successful entrepreneurs. Contact Details Email: manish@tienewdelhi.org OR paritosh@tienewdelhi.org Angel Partner OR Call: +91 9999765121 OR +91 9971766455