Startup Enablers

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Indian Angel Network is a group of primarily Indian angel investors funding early-stage startups.

The group had 450 members from 11 countries in 2017. The members include Ajai Chowdhry, Rajan Anandan, and Anand Ladsairya.

The group has invested in companies, such as PregBuddy and SuperProfs. In 2018, one of its founder Padmaja Ruparel was ranked amongst Fortune’s list of The Most Powerful Women in India.

On Nov.8th 2020, Indian Angel Network announced the joint with Bangladesh Angels Network. The aim is to work together to
source, cross-refer, and promote linkages in technology enabled startups in India and Bangladesh to create an enabling environment for venture investing in both ecosystems

Typically, Y Combinator picks
four-five startups from India for each of its summer and winter batches. So, the latest selection underlines a pickup in the early stage startup ecosystem

Lightspeed Venture Partners
focuses on multi-stage investments in the enterprise technology, consumer, & health sectors. It has backed more than 400 companies, including Snapchat & Affirm

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Sequoia Capital is an American venture capital firm & mainly focuses on the technology industry. Sequoia manages multiple investment funds including funds to India & Southeast Asia & Israel. Startupbootcamp is a network of industry-focused startup accelerators. It operates globally with 20+ industry-focused programs Since launching, Startupbootcamp has accelerated over 600 startup.