Corporate Venture Capital Vs VC, CVC investors are booming

Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) investment in US Startups data 2009-2018.

The startup ecosystem is now getting funds from big corporate by the way Corporate Venture Capital (CVC), the investment funds come from the corporate houses to meet their strategic technology requirement, and to gain the financial benefit from the StartUps ecosystem. The big US-based technology companies like Google, Microsoft, Intel, Salesforce Ventures, etc, developed their own CVC funds to invest

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Startup CleverTap has raised $35 million from Sequoia Capital and Tiger Global

CleverTap Founder team, Sunil Thomas, Anand Jain and Suresh Kondamudi

San Francisco and Mumbai-based mobile marketing platform provider startup CleverTap has raised $35 million from existing investors Sequoia Capital and Tiger Global in a Series C round of funding at the valuation of $385 million. CleverTap said in a statement that startup growing with a robust 250% YoY CAGR. The company is present in over 100 countries and reaches more

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Co-working space provider startup Awfis plans for IPO

Amit Ramani, founder of Awfis

Co-working space provider Indian startup Awfis plans to list on stock exchanges by 2022, according to a report. The co-working space provider Awfis founded in 2015 by Amit Ramani Delhi. He is also a founder of Architecture, Interior Design firm NELSON India. He has a degree of Master of Science in Real estate and Workplace Strategy. India is a hub

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Indian startups fundraising data- 2nd week Oct-19

Indian startups fundraising- 2nd week of October-19

In the 2nd week of October-19, Indian startups raised a total of $101.85 million funding by 10 disclosed deals, while 6 funding deals remain undisclosed. Last week, Indian startups raised a total of $636 million from investors. A total of $101.85 million funds raised in total 16 deals by Indian startups. This week is led by Jaipur-based NBFC Kogta Financial,

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Google Launchpad Accelerator India selected 10 Indian StartUps for 3rd batch

Google Launchpad Accelerator India selected 10 Indian StartUps, 3rd batch

World’s technology giants Google selected 10 Indian startups for the upcoming 3rd batch of Launchpad Accelerator India, a Google initiative, three-month-long programme to support advanced technology-based indian startups. Google started a worldwide Launchpad regional accelerators initiative to support early-stage startups to address the local market. Google mentoring startups with advanced technology, network, and help startups to build their innovative products.

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