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Indian Startup Funding Report Q1 2013 [NextBigWhat]
Indian Startup Funding Report Q1 2013 [NextBigWhat]
Indian Startup Funding Report Q1 2013 [NextBigWhat]
Indian Startup Funding Report Q1 2013 [NextBigWhat]
Indian Startup Funding Report Q1 2013 [NextBigWhat]
Indian Startup Funding Report Q1 2013 [NextBigWhat]
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Indian Startup Funding Report Q1 2013 [NextBigWhat]

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  • 1. Insights  from  NextBigWhat.com:  India’s  Biggest  Platform  for  Tech  Entrepreneurs.                Insights.NextBigWhat.com    VC/Angel  Spending  in  India:  Q1,  FY  2013    Team@NextBigWhat.com          
  • 2. Insights  from  NextBigWhat.com:  India’s  Biggest  Platform  for  Tech  Entrepreneurs.  There  is  an  overall  slowdown  in  Ecommerce  early  stage  to  Series  A  investment  in  India,  but  the  good  news  is  that  the  ones  who  have  managed  to  survive  are  able  to  raise  Series  C  and  importantly,  global  players  (like  Ebay)  are  investing  in  their  growth,  as  part  of  their  global  strategy.  Q1  2013  witnessed  $174  million  worth  of  investment  across  54  deals  (out  of  which  amount  for  20  deals  were  disclosed)  across  9  different  Industrial  categories  in  Q1,  FY  2013.  Internet  industry  at  25  deals  worth  $94  million  attracted  46.3  %  of  total  investments  in  volume  and  54%  in  value  (million  $).  Healthcare  (which  attracted  8  deals  worth  $31.31  million)  and  Enterprise  (8  deals  worth  $14.7  million)  attracted  18%  and  8.4%  of  total  funds  respectively,  were  the  next  most  popular  industrial  targets  after  Internet.  As  far  as  the  total  number  of  deals  are  concerned,  highest  amount  of  funds  was  raised  by  Internet  companies  (54%)  followed  by  Healthcare  (18%)  and  then  Enterprise  sector  (8.4%).  Industry  Category   Total  funds  (Million  $)   Total  number  of  deals  Internet   94.04   25  Enterprise   14.7   8  Retail   0.23   1  Healthcare   31.31   8  Financial  services   6.48   2  Telecom   4   1  Education   12.95   5  Technology   0.5   1  Mobile   9.88   3            
  • 3. Insights  from  NextBigWhat.com:  India’s  Biggest  Platform  for  Tech  Entrepreneurs.  Investment  Details:  Category  Distribution                  
  • 4. Insights  from  NextBigWhat.com:  India’s  Biggest  Platform  for  Tech  Entrepreneurs.  Funding  Volume:  City  Distribution  NCR  rules  the  funding  volume,  followed  by  Mumbai  and  Bangalore.              
  • 5. Insights  from  NextBigWhat.com:  India’s  Biggest  Platform  for  Tech  Entrepreneurs.  Funding  Volume  vs.  Category  Distribution  Internet  (services)  category  grabbed  46.3%  of  the  deal  volume,  followed  by  Enterprise  and  Healthcare.              
  • 6. Insights  from  NextBigWhat.com:  India’s  Biggest  Platform  for  Tech  Entrepreneurs.  Funding  Value  vs.  Category  Distribution        Close  to  30%  of  the  deals  were  Angel/Early  stage  and  a  similar  percentage  was  of  Series  A.    Though  there  is  a  building  up  of  Series  A  crunch  in  the  Indian  startup  ecosystem,  the  Q1  numbers  shows  a  positive  trend  (6  Internet  services  companies  raised  Series  A).  

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