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Flipkart and Amazon have asked their partnered brands and sellers to stock up for the post lockdown sales. They are expecting that many people are waiting to buy non-essential goods post lockdown. The demand for these non-essential goods is immensely high at the moment.
Aye Finance raised Rs 233.62 crore in a Series D equity round led by Falcon Edge Capital
Bengaluru based company Instamojo raised INR 50 Cr ($7 Mn) in a Series B round of funding.
Bengaluru based news aggregator DailyHunt raised $6 million (INR 42 Crore) from Goldman Sachs investment partners.
Digital media startup POPxo has raised Rs 37 crore.
This is Softbank Vision Fund's second big investment in India after a massive USD 2.5 billion round in Flipkart, last month.
Treebo Hotels, a Bangalore-based online budget hotel aggregator has raised $34 Million (Rs 220 crore) in its Series C funding.
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The basic idea behind equity is the splitting of a pie. When you start something, your pie is really small. You have a 100% of a really small, bite-size pie. When you take outside investment and your company grows, your pie becomes bigger.
Everyone has ideas; it is the implementation which makes the difference. So when working upon making an idea a reality apart from working on the basic business plan, you need to pitch your idea to an investor.
When raising funds for your entrepreneurial ventures, just follow this easy checklist to ensure you never forget the important steps again.
If you build something that’s promising, you’ll find lots of potential investors and many doors will be open for you. But before taking big actions, it’s best to keep the following considerations in mind.
The American law firm Boies Schiller & Flexner sent a request letter to SoftBank’s board dated Jan. 20, asking to investigate Nikesh Arora’s qualifications and track record as president of the firm.
Piyush Pankaj, VP Corporate Finance and M&A at Askme Group, speaks about what are the key checklist that the company considers before investing in a company.
Compared with just 114 deals during the three months ended December 2015, there were 344 investments during January-March 2016. As many as 388 startups raised funds in the first three months of 2016.