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Top 10 Angel Investor firms in India
Top 10 Angel Investor firms in India
Top 10 Angel Investor firms in India
Top 10 Angel Investor firms in India
Top 10 Angel Investor firms in India
Top 10 Angel Investor firms in India
Top 10 Angel Investor firms in India
Top 10 Angel Investor firms in India
Top 10 Angel Investor firms in India
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Top 10 Angel Investor firms in India

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Angel Investor firms are the ones which are looking to invest in startups in which they see the potential to be industry toppers one day. Almost all successful startups have the backing of some angel …

Angel Investor firms are the ones which are looking to invest in startups in which they see the potential to be industry toppers one day. Almost all successful startups have the backing of some angel firm which give them the necessary funding and guidance to be successful in their venture. Here is a list of the top 10 angel investor firms which invest in Indian companies.

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  • 1. TOP 10 ANGEL INVESTOR FIRMS EVERY INDIAN STARTUP MUST KNOW
  • 2. NEXUS VENTURE PARTNERS  About them: Investing in the early growth stage of companies across Indian and U.S sectors, Nexus Venture Partners play key role in the early life of the startup ventures by becoming the first institutional round of capital. Their investment size ranges up to $10 million in early-growth stage companies. They also have a seed program to support high potential entrepreneurs with breakthrough ideas with investment of up to $500,000. They also take part in follow-on investments at later stages for companies that successfully execute their business plan.  Startups invested in: Olx, Salorix, Netmagic, Snapdeal, Komli,
  • 3. INDIAN ANGEL NETWORK  About them: Indian Angel Networks is a platform for entrepreneurs and CEOs from India and around the world who are interested in investing in startups during their early stage in order to bring out their potential in creating disproportionate value. Started in 2006, this network provides funding as well as constant access to high quality mentoring, vast networks and inputs on strategy as well as execution. They invest in sectors such as Education, Healthcare, Agriculture, Banking, Retail, Telecom and embedded domains, IT products and services etc.  Startups invested in: Aurus Network, Hashcube, Stayzilla,
  • 4. CANAAN PARTNERS  About them: Canaan Partners was started in 1987 and invests in entrepreneurs by providing them the required networks, insights and operational guidance to build high- performance technology and healthcare companies. Over the last 25 years, Canaan's seasoned investment professionals have leveraged their deep domain expertise and extensive industry relationships to help build market-leading companies. They have played their part by being the early investors in some of the world’s leading companies.  Startups invested in: Cartrade, Bharat Matrimony, AdNear, iYogi, mCarbon, Naaptol etc
  • 5. KAE CAPITAL  About them: Kae Capital invests in early stage companies which are focused on bringing about innovative solutions for the existing gaps in the markets. These companies are backed by a great team capable of executing and building a large business. Mostly the firm looks to back startups aiming to disrupt sectors such as Mobile, e-Commerce, Education, Healthcare, Consumer Internet among others. The focus of the company lies in investing in Innovation, Leadership and Growth  Startups invested in: ZipDial, Mobstac, Myntra, InMobi, Fractal,
  • 6. SEEDFUND  About them: Seedfund is an early-stage venture capital fund, with operations in Bombay, Bangalore and New Delhi. Founded in 2006 by Bharati Jacob, Mahesh Murthy and Pravin Gandhi, the team has grown to include Paula Mariwala, Sanjay Anandaram, Sarabjeet Singh, Shailesh Vickram Singh and Tarana Lalwani who have all played the role of entrepreneurs at some point in their careers. They believe that time and direction is equally important as money in the success of a startup.  Startups invested in: AFAQS, CarWale, EduSports, Fetise,
  • 7. BESSEMER VENTURE PARTNERS  About them: Bessemer Venture Partners is a well known investment sector across the globe with over 100 years of experience having invested over $4 billion in more than 130 companies around the world with investments in web brands like Skype and LinkedIn among other now global bigwigs. Since 2004, Bessemer has invested in more than 24 companies in India and they see a great opportunity in India driven by the growth in innovation and middle-class prosperity. It has set-up a 14-person, Mumbai-based team to handle its Indian investments.  Startups invested in: Remedinet, Snapdeal, NetAmbit, Taxiforsure, Onmobile, Palogix, matrimony.com etc
  • 8. SAIF PARTNERS  About them: This is a leading private equity firm that is currently managing over $1 billion investments in India. SAIF Partners makes privately negotiated equity or equity-linked investments in early and growth stage companies across sectors such as consumer products and services, technology, media, telecom, financial services, healthcare, travel and tourism, and manufacturing. Generally they make individual equity investments between $2 million to $75 million through multiple rounds of financing.  Startups invested in: iXigo, Justdial, MakeMyTrip, Homeshop18, Mindtree, Inkfruit.com
  • 9. LIGHTSPEED VENTURE PARTNERS  About them: Founded in 2004, Lightspeed Venture Partners has invested in direct and cross-border Indian companies and has an Indian advisory team with offices in New Delhi. They invest across several stages and sectors in India, with investment sizes ranging from $1 million to $25 million. They are currently investing out of Lightspeed IX, a $675 million fund focused on early and expansion stage investments in the consumer, enterprise technology and cleantech markets.  Startups invested in: Asklaila, Fashionara, Line Road, One Assist, Tutor Vista, ItzCash, Dhingana
  • 10. HELION VENTURE PARTNERS  About them: Helion Venture Partners is a $605 million, early to mid-stage venture fund, focused mainly on Indian startups. They invest in technology-powered and consumer service businesses in sectors like outsourcing, Internet, mobile, technology products and retail services, Healthcare, Education and Financial Services. They describe their mission as “Partnering with entrepreneurs to build world-class companies in the sector”.  Startups invested in: Taxiforsure, Makemytrip, Komli, YepMe, shopclues, NgPay, Hurix, Netambit etc
  • 11. MORPHEUS VENTURE PARTNERS  About them: Morpheus describes itself as a “Gang of Startups” on its website. This was started by two experiences entrepreneurs and has grown since to hold 58 active startups with more than 145 founders. The Morpheus runs a Startup Acceleration Program for talented, progressive and young startups where it guides startups through one of the most crucial phase they endure during their early growth stage, often called as the valley of death.  Startups invested in: CloudEngine, Yourbus, MathHarbor, Mot rPart, MyCodeSchool, Padhaaro, iimjobs , Pocket Science etc

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