Suresh U Kumar takes over as TiE NJ president at 15th anniversary gala

The anniversary celebrations were attended by over 300 members and community leaders from various non-profit organizations.

The New Jersey Chapter of The Indus Entrepreneur (TiE), a leading professional development organization dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship, recently celebrated its 15th anniversary. During the celebration, Dr. Suresh U Kumar replaced outgoing president of TiE NJ, Raman Kapur, who was elevated to the position of chairman.

Speaking on the occasion Kapur said, “It has been an incredible journey leading TiE NJ for the past six years. I am honored to take on the role of Chairman and continue to contribute to the organization’s growth and success.”

“I am grateful for the dedication and support of our members and partners who have been instrumental in TiE NJ’s success. I am confident that under Dr. Kumar’s leadership, TiE NJ will reach new heights of impact and empower even more entrepreneurs,” Kapur further said in acknowledgement of Kumar’s contributions to the organization and described him as “Renaissance Man.”

In his speech, the new president recalled instances from India’s freedom struggle and stressed on the importance of Unity in a community that has set out to achieve something. Highlighting the 5C’s Charisma, Character, Competence, Compassion, and Courage, required to be a great leader Kumar added, “I am truly honored to lead TiE NJ and continue the mission of empowering entrepreneurs. Together, we will build on TiE NJ’s strong foundation and create a thriving ecosystem that empowers entrepreneurs to make a lasting impact in our community.”

Navneet Chugh, the founder and CEO of Chugh LLP, a well-known full services law and accounting firm and key strategic partner of TiE globally was a special guest at the event. In his opening remarks he reflected on the history of the organization and stated, “I want to acknowledge the exceptional leadership of Raman Kapur, the significant contributions of various non-profit organizations, and the diverse cultural associations that make our community thrive. It’s inspiring to witness the positive impact TiE has had on the global entrepreneurial ecosystem. ”

The anniversary celebrations were attended by over 300 members and community leaders from various non-profit organizations. In her remarks, Neetu Randhawa, the executive director of TiE NJ recognized the efforts of all the charter members, directors, Special Interest Group (SIG) chairs, and advisors, towards the organization’s success.

“This milestone event marked a significant moment in our journey and set the stage for an exciting future of empowering entrepreneurs, creating wealth, and making a positive impact within our community,” an official news release from the organization noted.

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