In an interview with Ranju Sarkar, the founders of Stellaris Venture Partners -- Ritesh Banglani, Alok Goyal and Rahul Chowdhri -- share discuss their unique founder network and why they are bullish on India. IMAGE: Stellaris Venture Partners backs entrepreneurs looking to use technology to solve India-specific problems and global software product businesses being created out of India. Photograph: Sivaram V/Reuters. Stellaris Venture Partners, founded by former Helion Venture ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Investors spent much of 2016 cleaning house. And a VC tells Ranju Sarkar: "There's still some bad news left in the portfolios (of VC firms). What happens to Ola and Flipkart will drive sentiment in future." IMAGE: Start-up funding fell 58 per cent in 2016 to $2.93 billion, down from $6.93 billion in 2015, according to VCCEdge. Photograph: Reuters. After vying with each other to invest in start-ups at high valuations in the past few years, investors spent much of 2016 in cleaning up ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Pride, anger and confusion are on the forefront of Ranju Bharali's mind.The Telegraph, 2 months ago
In an interview with Ranju Sarkar, the partners share how the founder network is helping them source and evaluate dealsBusiness Standard, 2 weeks ago
The 4 week online learning programme is available in English and Hindi, and will soon be offered in some regional languages.Ranju Sarkar reports. How to start-up: Lessons from Naukri founder UpGrad, a start-up which offers online courses that helps professionals upgrade and acquire skills, is offering a free month-long course on entrepreneurship. The course, with Invest India as partner, is part of the government's Start Up India initiative to boost entrepreneurship. Invest India is a joint ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Total exit value breached the $10 billion mark for the first time to touch $10.3 billion this calendar, from $9.4 billion in 2015, Ranju Sarkar/Business Standard reports from New Delhi. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Private equity (PE) firms in India returned more than $10 billion to their investors in exits in 2016, even as PE investments declined 30 per cent to $16 billion in 2016 till date, according to Bain & Co. Here are 12 quick takeaways from the year-end update from Bain ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
"The tens of thousands of paper petitions (for the Diwali stamp) were signed not only by Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists but also by Christians, Jews, Muslims and every other faith and culture," Ranju Batra, Chair of the Diwali stamp project SAID.DNA, 2 months ago
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