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STARTUPS STAND UP TO BE COUNTED IN THE FACE OF ADVERSITY

Some of the country’s most well-known tech companies are launching a slew of programmes to assist workers and their families in dealing with medical emergencies. During the second phase of the pandemic, there was financial upheaval due to untimely deaths and the need for Covid-19 vaccine.Although Paytm’s founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma has stated that the …

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HOW TO INITIATE AND BUILD YOUR STARTUP WING?

The Initial procedure of your Startup is Depicting your idea as a Business Proposal.This proposal may contain all the prime factors of your venture like business goals & policies,Target time for the goal,marketing schemes,Profit & Loss calculations Capital, etc. Some Business Proposals may also include in detail about: Business Summary including prime factors. Business Outline …

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VENTURE CAPITALIST

A private body to provide funding for a start-up venture or budding business to overcome their financial needs and financial shortages for their operations, i.e, a funding body for budding/developing firms is known as VENTURE CAPITALIST. Budding startups with latest and innovative ideas are being assisted by Venture Capitalists at their initial stages in exchange …

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SEBI ALLOWS STARTUPS TO ENROLL MORE EASILY IN INDIA

Thursday’s market regulator eased startup access to the Indian market as it shifted towards a potential exodus from local businesses to foreign financial markets. SEBI has approved a number of changes to the rules for listing on the Innovators growth platform , including the two-year reduction at a time when early-stage investors are required to …

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THE FOUNDERS OF INDIAN START-UPS DISTRUST CHINESE INVESTORS AND GIVE PRIORITY TO FOLLOW-UP FINANCING ON THE TERMS OF TERM SHEET CONDITIONS.

The COVID-19 pandemic has emerged as an alarm signal for Indian start-ups. Now they have their own checklist to assess their potential investors. A key requirement is that the investor should not come from China. A recent report by Innoven Capital shows that the ability of an investor to track with more funding was the …

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