Investor interest in deep-tech is slowly picking up in South Asia, despite challenges

Investor interest in deep-tech is slowly picking up in South Asia, despite challenges

(Clockwise from top left) Venkat Vallabhaneni, Managing Partner, Inflexor Ventures; Kiran Mysore, Principal, UTEC, Japan; and Deepshikha Monga, Editor, DealStreetAsia

Investor interest in the nascent deep-tech space — or companies creating a tough-to-replicate, complex, and scientific solution for a problem — is slowly picking up in South Asia.

Science-led innovations from R&D labs of corporations or universities are pushing the boundaries of what is possible and spinning out life sciences, physical sciences companies.

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