Category Archives: Series A

From the US Vantage point

Travelling to the Silicon Valley (that’s what I’m doing right now) and interacting with investors and other key actors in the ecosystem here is the best opportunity to get abreast of the latest trends, developments, anecdotes and the rhetoric from … Continue reading

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How and when do angels make money

Most people associate private equity returns with ‘big’ events like an acquisition or IPO – and while it’s true that angel investors do make money when such liquidity events occur, there exist a lot more avenues for them to make … Continue reading

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World Startup Expo – Bangalore

Bangalore (technically Bengaluru) is the destination for the World Startup Expo over the next 3 days. I am going to presenting on Day 2 on traits in a startup that really attracts them to an investor.  Regular blog readers probably … Continue reading

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Pre-Series A is the new bridge round!

I had alluded to the rising trend of Pre-Series A investments in an earlier post. I’ll delve a bit deeper into this today. Ever since the startup ecosystem in India took off, a fairly large number of angel investors stepped … Continue reading

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