Startup Funding: It’s Like 2017: How Startups Are Changing Their Playbook as Funding Winter Sets In

Synopsis

The funding tap for startups is overflowing, but fewer deals are being signed as investors have become extremely cautious about decision-making. The DNA of startup founders, meanwhile, evolves as experienced entrepreneurs with better vision and clarity take the plunge while staying away from cash-intensive ideas.

Rohit Anand (52) sold his first startup, Value Edge, a Noida-based research and analytics firm founded in 2009, for $17.5 million to global business services provider WNS in 2016. Since then, it closely follows the evolution of India. A booming universe of startups that now has more than 100 unicorns. He teamed up with Tarun Jyot Singh (35), who had

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