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Capital Win: Delhi-NCR led over Bangalore in startup investments in 2017

Le 8 March 2018, 04:31 dans Humeurs 0


Delhi NCR led over Bangalore in startup investments in 2017, according to the 'India Angel Report 2017’ released by venture debt firm InnoVen Capital.

The report states that in 2017, Delhi NCR received up to 33 percent of angel investments whereas Mumbai, Chennai, and Bangalore received only 14 percent, 12 percent and 10 percent respectively.

It also reveals that the angel groups committed about Rs 100 crore across 54 deals in the 15 months period up to June 2017.

The median pre-money valuations increased Rs 15.35 crore which shows an increase of 54 percent over the previous year.

The top sectors of investments were enterprise technology, consumer internet, and consumer services.

The B2C sector continues to dominate the angel investment with a share of 60 percent. There was also an increase in B2B startups investment for about 40 percent than 25 percent in 2016.

“While our report doesn’t cover the full landscape doesn’t cover the full landscape, we have collaborated with prominent angel groups in the country to understand key trends, valuation benchmark and sector preferences, which should provide useful guidance for the angel, early-stage VCs, founder and policymakers,” said Ashish Sharma, CEO, InnoVen Capital India.

Angel investors are preferring startups which have existed for around 3.8 years compared to 1.8 years in 2016.

Investors focused on revenue generating startups. About 88 percent startups funded in 2017 were generating revenues compared to just 24 percent last year.

Ironically, the number of startups with female co-founders decreased by 20 percent compared to last year.


Are referendums the best way to shore up our feeble democracy?

Le 23 November 2017, 09:41 dans 健康 0

I note that George Monbiot is as politically naive as ever (Referendums get a bad press. But they reboot democracy, 18 October). Referendums actually undermine democracy by reducing complex issues to a simplistic choice that is capable of being manipulated by one side or the other through emotive campaigning tangential to the main question posed, as we saw in the referendums on the alternative vote and on the European Union. If the powers that be could rule that those who were mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) could not be expected to understand its complexities and should be compensated, why should the electorate be expected to determine the even more complex issue of remaining in or leaving the EU?

Scott has much in common with other

Le 11 October 2017, 05:56 dans Humeurs 0

  In the first class, Scott found a lot of fun. The first few minutes we met, we found a common topic. When asked, "Why did you register for this course?" Scott and his classmates gave a variety of answers. Some people said they wanted to meet new people. Some people said they wanted to hear from other students because "Harvard's biggest resource is its students." The classroom atmosphere is free and random. All students are under the guidance of the professor and think about some abstract issues.

  As a student,  students. As a Harvard freshman, he set himself several higher expectations. It seems that all the efforts he is making now are for the future so that a "wonderful life" can be fulfilled, but what does it mean? Are the actions now being carried out that reflect their own values? What is the responsibThe admitted students can apply postgraduate nursing degree degree including Master of Nursing, Master of Science in Infection Control etc. Our high-quality clinical research has had positive impacts on nursing and health sciencesility of Harvard students? And Obligations? These are questions Scott needs to consider in class.


  Scott said that he would recommend this course to others because it helped him realize that he should seize everything that Harvard can provide. This course let him face some past problems, but also raised some new problems. Although these questions need to be discussed and are not even answered, Harvard offers such reflexive lessons, which are meanWith Asian pharmaceutical companies, this process is comparatively controlled and well monitoredingful and valuable even with only one semester of a semester.

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