Startups can do for India what IT did in late 90s: Wipro’s Rishad Premji

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The start-up ecosystem can do for India what the IT services did for the country in the late 1990s.

Traditional PE doesn’t work in volatile Asian market: EXS Capital CEO Eric Solberg

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The fundraising cycle of closed-end funds challenge the traditional model.


India: 1mg to use recently raised funds to expand pharmacy, diagnostics biz

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The company raised $15 million in Series C round in July this year.


India’s capital markets are starting to mature: Rahul Guptan, Clifford Chance

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One of the reasons for increased maturity is investment bankers becoming more diligent, he says.


There is no blueprint for success in consumer brands: Arjun Anand

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Only those PE-backed companies that have built up enough scale and profitability have been able to opt for initial share sales.


Lots of opportunities in SEA for tech innovation, entrepreneurship: Matthew Koertge, Telstra Ventures

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Matthew Koertge discusses Telstra Ventures’ strategy in Southeast Asia.


We bet on entrepreneurs, not sectors: Harsh Bothra, RB Investments

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India is moving quickly towards the ‘golden periods’ of entrepreneurship that the US and China have seen in the past few decades.


Next47 needs to get more B2B investors in India: CEO Lak Ananth

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Siemens is active in four customer segments: energy, industry, infrastructure and healthcare.


Exclusive: Sudheer Kuppam’s Epsilon Venture aims to close $350m fund by Q1 2018

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The firm was founded by Sudheer Kuppam, former India and Asia Pacific managing director of Intel Capital.


Deep-tech investments require patient risk capital: Dr Lily Chan, NUS Enterprise

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NUS Enterprise partnered Indonesia’s Salim Group to launch BLOCK71 Jakarta, its fourth such facility.