Tech veterans set up $100M fund to turn India’s top startups into unicorns

Jon Russell posted: "Two Indian technology veterans have set up a new fund that they hope will help the county churn out world-class, billion dollar startups. Nandan Nilekani, a co-founder and the former CEO of $33 billion IT services giant Infosys, and Sanjeev Aggarwal, VC "

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Tech veterans set up $100M fund to turn India’s top startups into unicorns

by Jon Russell

Two Indian technology veterans have set up a new fund that they hope will help the county churn out world-class, billion dollar startups. Nandan Nilekani, a co-founder and the former CEO of $33 billion IT services giant Infosys, and Sanjeev Aggarwal, VC with Helion Ventures who founded now IBM-owned BPO firm Daksh, have come together […]

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Jon Russell | July 3, 2017 at 5:34 am | Categories: Asia, Fundings & Exits, TC | URL: http://wp.me/p1FaB8-6l1d

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