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The Modi government has come up with various government schemes for startup in India. These government schemes are focussed to increase and improve the startup community and entrepreneurship in India. These provide a wide range of financial and infrastructural support to the Indian startups.

There are more 50,000 startups in India (2018) and its growing 2-3 registrations per day. We have recognised top startups in India who are innovative with respect to technology, market adaption and popularity. 

Seed funding or also called as seed financing. Seed funding is the first official equity funding of startups. Seed funding for startups helps a startup to validate the business idea and helps in building the minimum viable product (MVP).

A startup advisor works with the company very closely on their strategy and advises them on various aspects, especially on product development, marketing, and finances. These three dynamics are crucial to every startup

India announced a new screening policy, stating all investments by entities based in neighbouring countries need to be approved by the Indian government. For any country that shares a land border with India.

If you are having a great idea and looking to start a startup or wish to upgrade your existing startup the biggest challenge you must be facing is the  operating costs and cash flows. As early startup, most of the financial institutions hesitate funding. 

Fundraising is the key step to growth for startups. But getting funded is the most critical task for a startup. A major pool of entrepreneurs get distressed when it comes to their first funding. We have to think from a startup investor point of view to better prepare for funding.

India announced a new screening policy, stating all investments by entities based in neighbouring countries need to be approved by the Indian government. For any country that shares a land border with India.