Minnesota TiE and St. Thomas Schulze School of Entrepreneurship hosted the Start-up Recognition and Launch Celebration at the Minneapolis Club to recognize TiE members and recent successful launches. SpineThera was one of five recognized companies.
"I thank Minnesota TiE and the Schulze School for hosting this event and gathering our peers for an evening of celebration and recognition," said Jeff Missling, founder and CEO of SpineThera. "We are grateful for the recognition provided at this event and for the work of Lois Josefson, Executive Director of TiE Minnesota, in fostering a healthy start-up ecosystem."
About TiE Minnesota
TiE Minnesota fosters entrepreneurship through programs with actionable content for entrepreneurs in all stages of business and across sectors and its members receive registration discounts of note. Through connections and mentoring among its Minnesota and national network of start-up, early stage and serial founders, entrepreneurs can develop business guidance relationships and business colleagues. Membership includes investors, founders and start-up entrepreneurs. TiE Minnesota collaborates within the early stage business support organization network to foster aligned support for founders and their teams.
About The University of St. Thomas Schulze School of Entrepreneurship
The Schulze School of Entrepreneurship combines a focus on educating the next generation of business founders and creative thinkers with a commitment to serving the business community. The only one of its kind within a business school, the Schulze School provides undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurship programs, leading edge collaborative endeavors and opportunities for funding new ventures.