How investments and funding are drying up in the industry Date of Publication: 21-June-2016 The sector requires filtration at various stages of funding to judge and filter out non-visionary start-up ideas. It is also an opportunity to let Darwin’s old theory of “survival of the fittest” play out. Read More


As angels gain wing, so do investing platforms Date of Publication: 14-June-2016 An early-stage startup usually struggles to raise funds. Founders typically have to run after multiple angel investors, spend considerable time and effort explaining the idea, and negotiate with investors on the termsheet, the formal agreement stating the terms and conditions of the investment. Read More



Startups to Modi: Make it easier to do business Date of Publication: 16-Jan-2016 Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the Silicon Valley in the U.S. last year to interact with the entrepreneurs there has paid off as it has created several links between Indian and American entrepreneurs. Read More


Investors, term sheets scaring you to death? This investment banker will find you money and help you keep it Date of Publication: 09-Jan-2016 If you’re an entrepreneur, what’s your biggest nightmare? That your billion-dollar idea is really a dud? That your investors paint you in a corner with a convoluted term sheet? Or that despite having a great idea, you simply never find the investor of your dreams? Read More


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