5 Ways Investors Use Dry Powder
Dry powder is the amount of committed but unallocated capital that a venture capital (VC) or private equity (PE) firm has on hand. It is, in other words, a cash reserve that has not yet been invested.
Home Rental Startup NestAway Sold to Aurum PropTech at Steep 95% Valuation Cut
Aurum has said that it will infuse Rs 30 crore to enable NestAway's business to remain stable.
360 One Asset Management Closes Fourth Private Credit Fund at INR 2,130 Cr
The fund will now take exposure to distressed situations in addition to lending to financially solvent businesses. It has a three-year life span.
How B2B SaaS is Spotlighting Indian Startup Ecosystem
Since January 2023, at least 10 B2B SaaS companies have raised money monthly in India at various stages, according to Tracxn data. Despite having a solid number of deals in January and February, March saw the highest number of transactions.
How SoftBank Has Changed Its Investing Strategy Since Entering India
The investment conglomerate is shifting from investing in startups valued at $5 billion to startups valued at roughly $2 billion. Additionally, it reduced cheque amounts from $1 billion to $100-150 million.
How Early-Stage Investors Decide Whether to Invest in a Startup
Having a validated product or service and demonstrating market traction are essential for attracting early-stage investors. Startups are more likely to attract investment interest if they can demonstrate early consumer adoption, revenue growth, or partnerships with significant players in the industry.