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This VC is backing one tech startup a month; transportation, IoT ventures under advantEdge’s radar

Thursday, December 8, 2016 | More »

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While the investment industry underwent a slump this year, there is one early-stage venture capital firm that has been investing silently and has created a rather large portfolio. Over the last 18 months, Noida-based investment firm advantEdge Partners has invested in 18 startups, along with eight-f...

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Wooing startups: 18 new investment funds eye early-stage firms

Picture this: of the 18 funds launched this year so far, 12 are eying a corpus below $50 million, clearly indicating an appetite for smaller ticket deals. The smallest fund that is being raised is Menterra Social Impact Fund I with a target size of $6 million, according to data compiled by VCCEdge, ...

4 November, 2016 | More »

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Payments is the next big opportunity in India, says Sequoia’s Mohit Bhatnagar

Mohit Bhatnagar has come to be known as the investor with a Midas touch in the Indian venture capital space. Three companies which had the managing director of Sequoia Capital on their board – Citrus Payments, Prizm Payments and Ujjivan (from which Sequoia made a part-exit) – gave the firm e...

3 October, 2016 | More »

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Startups feel the pinch as Series A deals slump

Getting investor money is becoming more difficult for startups, with early-stage venture funding tapering off after peaking in August last year even as Series A deals plummet to a six-year low. For full report click here Like this report? Sign up for our daily newsletter to get our best reports....

10 May, 2016 | More »

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Sumir Chadha On Sequoia Split, Public Market Focus & WestBridge Vision

For a veteran investor like Sumir Chadha, who has over a decade experience of investing into the Indian private equity markets, this spin out from Sequoia Capital to build a public markets investment firm from ground up was not a sudden move. "It was well thought out," says Chadha who is bringing W...

19 February, 2011 | More »