Venture Capital Firms: Page 2
Corporate venture capital offers a successful model that benefits both startups and corporate investors.
Corporate investment is an efficient way to help meet a corporation's vision by harnessing the power of startup innovation.
My research shows that the best VCs take more equity, but can nearly double the value of the companies they invest in.
"In many ways, for the VC world, the pandemic is business as usual. Innovation never sleeps, and neither does the money that funds it."
The fund, with a total corpus of INR 400 crore was announced last year.
The two managing partners of Inflexor, Venkat Vallabhaneni and Jatin Desai, have previously co-founded Parampara Capital, another early-stage tech-focused VC firm.
While investing internationally might pose additional risks and challenges, it can also be rewarding both economically and educationally, for VCs in any market
Bengaluru-based Samosa Singh said it would use the funds to scale up operations, increase production capabilities, and expand in multi-cities, while also entering households through a delivery via cloud kitchen model.
Bengaluru-based Fireside Ventures focuses solely on companies in the consumer space, with some of their star investments being lifestyle electronics start-up Boat and health foods brand Yogabars.
Softbank reportedly suffered $6.5 billion in operating losses from investments in cash-burning businesses including New York-based real estate firm WeWork, and cab-hailing service Uber.
Knowing how to approach VCs is critical in succeeding in both gaining their attention and closing an investment
It's highly likely that the 2020 (and beyond) investment criteria will be influenced by our learnings of the recent past
VC Firm Accel Partners Closes the Sixth Indian Fund Worth $550 Mn. Here's Why This is an Important Step
Accel Partners has been operating in India since 2005 and has invested in more than 100 start-ups
Start-ups such as Kamatan and Fresh VnF are trying to bridge the gap between farmers and the larger economy with the use of technology. Funding, too, seems to have quietly followed.
Vinay Singh, partner at Fireside Ventures, says a VC can play a role of a devil's advocate for the betterment of any start-up