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SEBI Relaxes Startup Listing Norms

SEBI proposes some reforms in the existing norms to ease the listing of start-ups in India and make the process more attractive

Bhavya Kaushal

· 3 min read

Vanita D'souza

· 4 min read

How the Government can Promote Entrepreneurship with Union Budget 2018-19

With the Union Budget 2018-19 due tomorrow, all the entrepreneurial eyes would be glued to the television expecting amendments and new initiatives from the government

Vanita D'souza

· 3 min read

How FDI Regulation will Change the Game for Indian Startups

An Ernst & Young's technology report this year ranks India as the third most preferred investment place for technology investments globally

Sandeep Soni

· 5 min read

2016: An Avant-garde Year for Startups

The Startup Action Plan not only aspires to build an inspiring environment for young entrepreneurs but also attempts to widen access to finances and create a support system for them.

Purvi Kapadia & Zil Shah

· 7 min read

'Larger Purpose of Amendments Was to Liberalize Angel Funds Instead of Narrowing Them Down'

The said provision was inserted to be in-line with the Companies Act, 1956 wherein, over 50 investors in a company would make it deemed public.

Sandeep Soni

· 3 min read

Cashing In: Demonetisation, And The Shifting Paradigms in The Investment Industry

After a period of hyper-growth and big ticket funding sprees, investments into Indian start-ups have recently shown signs of achieving normalisation.

Dr Apoorv Ranjan Sharma

· 4 min read