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Key takeaways from UNDP India’s session on Accelerating Opportunities for Women Climate Entrepreneurs

According to information from the Department for the Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), since February 1, 2020, there were 27,916 start-ups in India, making it the fastest-growing start-up community on the planet. In terms of gender parity and equivalent chance, the Index of Women Entrepreneurs 2019 ranked India 52 out of the 57 […]

[MatrixMoments] What are the nuances of a founder-VC relationship

In an effort to really translate the VC-founder relationship, this Matrix Moments episode includes Asish Mohapatra, Co-Founder of OfBusiness &#xA 0; &#x 2013; among India &#x 2019; s leading tech-driven B2B loaning platform, which is likewise a Matrix portfolio business &#x 2013; in discussion with Avnish Bajaj, Founder and Managing Director, Matrix Partners, India. Before establishing […]

[Behind the Scenes] What’s fueling bike-sharing startup Bounce’s 120k rides a day in Bengaluru

Entrepreneurs Vivekananda HR, Varun Agni, and Anil G fasted to determine what pushing issue required instant fixing. &#xA 0; While they started their journey with Wicked Ride, a bike rental start-up, in 2014, seeing the growing traffic jam issue, the business owners released Bounce (previously Metrobikes) in 2016, as a bike-sharing platform. Today, the Bengaluru-based start-up […]

We do not suffer from FOMO: Stellaris Venture Partners

If one can identify them, then Rahul Chowdhri, Ritesh Banglani, and Alok Goyal, might quickly represent the brand-new VCs in India who are more entrepreneurial in their DNA than the rarified &#xA 0; club where financiers of early days utilized to live. After all, the 3 of them have actually constructed Stellaris Venture Partners from premises […]

Nothing Fails Like Success

A household purchases a home they can’’ t pay for. They can ’ t make their regular monthly home mortgage payments, so they obtain cash from the Mob. Now they’’ re in financial obligation to the mob and the bank, reside in worry of losing their house, and should do whatever their financial institutions inform […]