High Quality, Personalized, Affordable – What Tuitions Should Look Like, and Why We Invested in Swiflearn

tuition /tjuːˈɪʃ(ə)n/ noun teaching or instruction, especially of individual pupils or small groups. After-school tuitions are ubiquitous in India, being squarely in the need as opposed to the …

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Creating a Step Change in Effectiveness for B2B Marketers, or Why We Invested in Slintel

Imagine you sell a SaaS-based HR tool to enterprises. Your solution specifically targets employee engagement, integrates to varying degrees of effectiveness with existing full service HRMS systems, …

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Whatfix: What we Learnt from Series A to Series B in a SaaS Business

As an investor, some investment journeys are a delight to watch – Whatfix has been one of them. They have just concluded their Series B round, where Whatfix welcomed three exceptional new investors …

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भारत के लिए चर्चा का प्लेटफॉर्म : ‘मंच’ ऐप में हमारा निवेश

For the English version, click here भारत एक विचारशील समाज है, जिसमें वाद-विवाद एवं तर्क की बहुत …

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Creating the discussion platform for Bharat : Our investment in Manch

“Indians are an opinionated lot” – so much so that Mr. Narendra Modi made ‘Chai pe charcha’ as the key publicity drive of his last election campaign. But you don’t need to take …

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Signzy: Ushering in trust in the digital era

  Opened a bank account recently? After those visits from bank representatives and the endless back & forth on countless documents, did you feel frustrated? Did you wonder that in this era …

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Mamaearth – bringing the best of nature for you and your baby

Ever wondered why all mosquito repellent TV commercials have kids? Children are believed to develop an immediate emotional rapport with the audience because as parents we are conscious of our kids’ …

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Hamara kal, hamara aaj – are scooters the future of urban mobility in India?

A version of this article was published in Mint on September 3, 2018 Through the tumult of the past few decades, one fixture has remained constant on Indian roads – the humble motor scooter. …

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Disrupting Social Commerce – our investment in Shop101

I hail from a town called Kota which is now famous for being the education capital of India. Back when I was young, it was a sleepy town with a population of 5 lakh. In our colony, I remember, there …

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Delivery woes? Let’s Loadshare!

North-East, the land of seven sisters, with a population of more than 45 million, is connected by rail and road with the rest of India only through the 22 km-wide Siliguri Corridor. The lack of …

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