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    1. Is India Ready For The Next Investment Wave?

      Is India Ready For The Next Investment Wave?

      Entrepreneurs Welcome Modi's $1.5 Billion Fund To Support Startups The Bigger Picture It is expected that India shall become a global trade and financial super power. Not only that, it is the most attractive Asian market at the moment. But the question still remains that will India be able to sustain and fund itself.Where on one hand India is the global startup hotbed, on the other hand IT industry is slipping through fifth consecutive year of slow growth.

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    2. Zomato Boss Goyal Tries To Reassure Staff After Valuation Controversy

      Zomato Boss Goyal Tries To Reassure Staff After Valuation Controversy

      Property Review Zomato Boss Goyal Tries To Reassure Staff After Valuation Controversy The Gurgaon-based company has been hitting headlines for quite some time now and that too for not the best of the reasons Advertisement Print In the wake of the recent markdown of valuation at restaurant listing portal Zomato by HSBC Securities and Capital Markets (India), Founder & CEO Deepinder Goyal wrote a letter to his employees in a bid to give them some reassurance.“You must have woken up today to Google Alerts with mentions of Zomato’s valuation being marked down by HSBC. As you already know, the ...

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    3. Uber Closing In On Ola

      Uber Closing In On Ola

      Property Review Uber Closing In On Ola Uber is global, slick and hip. But our desi Ola is still the leader on home turf. This is rapidly changing as Uber noses ahead with a more focused strategy Advertisement Are you going to pick me up or should I uber it?” That or “Say Ola to your driver,” are part of everyday conversation today as taxi aggregator services become more deeply entrenched into our bustling cities.

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    4. Lightbox Launches Funds To Invest In Consumer Tech Businesses

      Lightbox Management Limited, advised by the Lightbox India Advisors Private Limited, has launched two funds – Lightbox Ventures I and Lightbox Ventures II - to invest in start-up companies in the consumer technology space in India.

      While Lightbox Ventures has acquired equity stakes in six companies - GreenDust, ZoomIn, MapmyIndia, Paymate, FutureBazaar and Kotak Urja, Lightbox Ventures II will be a $ 90 million (approximately Rs 540 crore) fund focused on early stage investments.

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