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HT Exclusive: Indian-American entrepreneur Pritika Mehta’s vision for aspiring Indian founders harnessing AI

Hindustan Times 09 Jun 2024
If you drive down Sand Hill Road, you'll find the offices of VC firms ... While addressing her social role, she briefly explained her very recent post- “SF business trip is the rite of passage for every Bangalore VC-funded founder.”.
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Needed: A mentor for schools

Deccan Herald 05 Nov 2023
... schools to equip children to succeed in higher education.&nbsp; </p>.<p><em>(The writer is former director of NAAC and former VC of Bangalore University)</em></p> .
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Higher education at a cross roads

Deccan Herald 17 Oct 2023
... functioning of these institutions is a topic for another article.</p>.<p><em>(The writer is a former director of NAAC and a former VC of Bangalore University)</em></p> .
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How IvyCap broke open domestic venture capital

Your Story 12 Jul 2023
IvyCap Ventures wants to create the largest global VC out of India through the support of large institutional investors ... Let’s imagine a VC in Bangalore called Dragon VC ... “My mission is to create the largest global VC out of India.
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SOLARAD.AI: Making solar plants smart with AI, ML

Financial Express 09 Jul 2023
Solarad.ai aims to help India in becoming a solar superpower, the co-founders point out. Follow Us ... Good news is that the lifeline is right in front of us ... Recently, Solarad.ai secured funding of $450,000 from India Quotient, a Bangalore-based VC fund ... .
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Alvys Raises $6.3M to Provide an End-to-End Operating System for Logistics Companies

The Galveston Daily News 22 Jun 2023
Known for their hands-on approach, in 2022 Bonfire was named one of the best seed stage VC firms worldwide by founders ... RTP Global has offices in New York, London, Paris, Dubai and Bangalore.
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The painful development of India’s startups

Economist 19 Jan 2023
... vc firms ... Anand Lunia of India Quotient, a vc firm in Bangalore, believes a quarter to half of the current unicorns will become zombie firms that will exist in name but cease to be funded or operate.
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