Business Seminar committee



Rick Snyder

TANA – FundMe

(Ideas worth Millions)

M. Venkaiah Naidu

Business Seminar

Inauguration at 1.00PM on Jul 03, 2015

Chief Guests :

Mr. Rick Snyder, Governor, Michigan

Shri. Venkaiah Naidu, Minister of Urban Development, India

TANA – FundMe (Ideas worth Millions) register here:

TANA introducing “Pre Seed Capital” and “Crowd Funding” for both USA and INDIA.
Many people are not able to sell their ideas due to lack of awareness and contacts. TANA is trying to encourage young entrepreneurs through Angel investors and venture capital people.

Interested people on this program to present their Business/Business plan will log on to www.TANA2015.Org and select Business Seminar to register by filling the registration form. The business seminar committee will review the proposal and allow the selected people to present their proposal in Business seminar on July 03- 04, 2015 at Ball room, COBO Centre Detroit.

Total Budget : $ 1 Million

  • Up to $ 100,000 will be available per each qualified company
  • At least a 50% match is mandatory from private investment
  • Personal guarantee based on investor if required
  • Terms based on each investment company

Presentation model :

  • Personal/Team introduction : 2 Min
  • About Business : 5 Min
  • Financial Plan : 2 Min
  • Questions from investor’s panel : 5 min.

If public would like to invest can discuss with entrepreneur directly, but they are not able to ask questions.

Guests at Business Forum:

  • Raj Vattikutti

    Founder - Covensys
  • Naidu S Mulaguru

    Director - Qualcomm
  • Rakesh Katragadda

    CTO - AMF-Nano Corporation
  • Pola Bhaskar IAS

    JEO - TTD
  • Sri Valleru

    VP & CIO - Nabros
  • Suresh Daggupati

    Movie Producer
  • Mamatha Chamarthi

    VP & CIO - TRW Automotive, Inc
  • Subra Sripada

    CIO - Beaumont Health Systems
  • Dr. Malireddy Srinivasulu Reddy

    Cheese King
  • Suresh Rayudu Chitturi

    MD - Srinivasa Hatcheries Ltd


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