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    2. Investors put $1.3 bn in enterprise tech & $11 bn in consumer products

      Investors put $1.3 bn in enterprise tech & $11 bn in consumer products
      NEW DELHI: Two old investor favourites -- consumer products and enterprise technology -- are expected to emerge as sectors of choice for venture capital and private equity in 2017, as they seek to back safe sectors that can assure them good returns. India's broader consumer internet space, particularly online commerce, has been the preferred sector for risk capital investors for the past three years.
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    1. If (consumer internet) has not played out, my assumption is that it hasn't played out to the level of expectation they (investors) had in terms of the capital they had invested, The market hasn't changed. It was, fundamentally, a flawed investment strategy.
      In Investors put $1.3 bn in enterprise tech & $11 bn in consumer products
    2. At NVP we have invested in a variety of verticals including retail, healthcare and education, and with CRMNext, we found a great company doing the same in the BFSI space.
      In CRMnext raises Rs 42 crore from Norwest Venture Partners
    3. They're (Sequoia) a firm that thinks long-term and have the ability to work with companies, and turn them into billion-dollar ventures.
      In Post Facebook-WhatsApp deal, Sequoia Capital to walk away with $3.5 billion
    4. Japan's been slower than most in capturing opportunities in India. They've seen what the Koreans have been able to do.
      In Japanese funds eye early stage technology ventures in India
    5. In a market that demands quick decision-making, Manthan's suite of products is poised to make a significant impact on global retail. Funding Manthan reinforces our belief in the next generation business analytics sector as shown through our investments in companies like 1010data and The Retail Equation (TRE).
      In US venture fund invests $15 million in Indian IT firm
    6. Manthan Systems has done an incredible job of building products that produce significant results for its clients. The company has focused on retail and CPG customers, resulting in impressive growth and increased market share.
      In Correction - Manthan Systems, Inc: Norwest Venture Partners Invests $15M in Manthan Systems
    7. The Indian education system is one of the largest contributors to the economic growth of the nation---an estimated USD 50 billion market, with a potential 16% five-year CAGR. iProf is serving a key need in India because the company brings high quality e-learning education to millions of students who are currently deprived and in urgent need of this form of learning.
      In Norwest And IDG Ventures Invest Rs 22 Cr In E-Learning Company iProf