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  • 1. WHAT VENTURES NEED There is a lot more than just venture capital that start-ups require to become successful. (%) Respondents of the survey 60.0 Seed-stage ventures (no revenues) 31.4 Early-stage ventures (generating revenues, but not profitable) 8.6 Growth-stage (profitable) Funding requirement 14.3 No immediate need 20.0 Less than Rs20 lakh 14.3 Rs20-50 lakh 17.1 Rs50 lakh-Rs1 crore 11.4 Rs1-2 crore 17.1 Rs2-5 crore 5.7 Rs5-10 crore Assistance required* 62.9 Angel investors 40.0 Venture capitalists 25.7 Incubators (office support and mentoring) 22.9 Incubators (office, intellectual property and laboratory support) 37.1 Customers/early adopters 14.3 Corporate investors 14.3 Debt 17.1 Government support *Respondents were allowed to choose multiple options Source: HeadStart Foundation

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