Category - Startup

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Why VCs Steer Clear Of Family-Run Startups
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Professional CEOs at startups: Quick wins or mission control?
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Can Startups Revive Manufacturing in India?
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In forties? It’s not late to join the start-up bandwagon
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Govt cautious about showing its affection for start-ups
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Remove capital gains tax on angel investment in start-ups, give I-T sops
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UK-India: Potential for collaboration for cross border start-ups

Why VCs Steer Clear Of Family-Run Startups

Remember the hit flick Band Baaja Baaraat? The 2010 film, which made Ranveer Singh an overnight sensation, is about two friends who start a wedding planning business but the girl (as it happens in Yash Raj Films) falls in love with the boy, who has been led to believe that business and love should not[…]

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Professional CEOs at startups: Quick wins or mission control?

As the Indian start-ups world matures, it is starting to imitate its US counterpart in many ways. Right from introducing business models that have been tested in the American market to going after aggressive market share acquisition, some would have thought they have seen it all. And then change of guard happened. Poster boys of[…]

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Can Startups Revive Manufacturing in India?

That India is a fertile land for start-ups is well recognised and acknowledged globally. The start-up behemoth – Sillicon Valley – has primarily catered to consumer internet businesses such as e-commerce, and apps for daily consumption in transport, food, travel, education and media consumption. With the emergence of India as a global services leader, the[…]

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In forties? It’s not late to join the start-up bandwagon

I am in my late 40s, left my corporate job in early 30s and since then then have been a part of start-up ecosystem donning different hats – an entrepreneur, prop investor and now an early stage fund manager. My peer group, who passed their IITs in late 80s – 90s and are now C-level[…]

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Govt cautious about showing its affection for start-ups

The finance minister (FM) rose to present the Union Budget 2016-17 and along with it rose my heartbeat. In the run-up to the Budget, the investor community was hopeful about getting tax exemptions on angel investing, and start-ups were hoping for tax rebates and ease of doing business. The FM had something for everyone. It[…]

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Remove capital gains tax on angel investment in start-ups, give I-T sops

The start-up community has pinned a lot of hopes on the upcoming Union Budget. The Startup India policy announced last month was full of good news for entrepreneurs and investors. A key highlight was launch of Rs 10,000 crore fund with exemptions from income tax, capital gains tax and a big rebate in patent filing[…]

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UK-India: Potential for collaboration for cross border start-ups

Cross-border teams that complement each other’s technical and business strengths will define the future of successful start-ups. Britain with its vision and India with its technical expertise offer a win-win partnership solution. India has taken its place as the world’s leading start-up base with the presence of more than 4,200 start-up ventures. By registering a[…]

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