Startup Finance: It’s Like 2017 Again: How Startups Are Changing the Rules of the Game as the Winter Falls for Finance

Summary

The funding tap for startups is overflowing, but fewer deals are being signed as investors become very wary about decision-making. Meanwhile, the DNA of startup founders is changing as experienced entrepreneurs bring in better visibility and greater clarity, while still staying away from money-making ideas.

Rohit Anand, 52, sold his first startup, Value Edge, a Noida-based research and analytics venture founded in 2009, for $17.5 million to global business services provider WNS in 2016. Since then, he’s been closely tracking India A thriving startup world now houses over 100 rhinos, and three years after being separated from its first idea, the startup problem has returned to Anand once again. He collaborated with Tarun Jyot Singh (35 years old), who had

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