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Is it Better to Invest in Startups Early or Late?

In a recent blog post, venture capitalist Jason Lemkin made an interesting point about the valuation of seed stage companies. He said that the right valuation for a seed round…

Govt to incubate change through startups across Raj

The the proposed web portal “Challenge for Change” will list issues being faced at various levels of governance and the IT organisations will have an opportunity to provide…

Indian Startup Funding Of The Week [Funding Galore]

We bring you the latest edition of Funding Galore: Indian Startup Funding of the week. This week, 10 Indian startups raised about $83 Mn in funding altogether and three startup…

It their quest for growth, startups will need to learn a thing or two from the tortoise as well

Once India’s startup industry is able to solve real-world problems for local conditions, scale is likely to come from places like Africa and South-East Asia, where the solutions…

ISME ACE: The accelerator which can put fintech startups on the fast track to growth

The accelerator is accepting applications for its first cohort that will begin in September 2017. ISME ACE – India’s largest fintech accelerator, which was launched in Mumbai last month,…

25 Businesses You Can Start for Less Than $100

Are there really businesses you can start for less than $100? Laurie Davis started the dating website eFlirt.com with $50 and a Twitter account, reports Young, Fabulous and Self-Employed. Her successful…

Nokia And Microsoft Vets Form Startup Varjo, Aim To Make VR Right With ‘Human Eye-Resolution’ Headset

To create effective and convincing virtual reality experiences, be it on a mobile VR system or a full-fledged VR headset, manufacturers should make sure their device features a…

How To Build A Startup That Has An Unfair Advantage

The team, the product and the size of the market: these three ingredients are typically preached to us as the key to a successful startup. But what if…

The latest in the Binary Capital blowup — and what it means for startup investing

Binary Capital, the San Francisco-based early stage fund whose cofounder, Justin Caldbeck, resigned this past Sunday, is shutting down for all practical purposes. A source tells Bloomberg that…

Just a few more weeks to apply for Startup Battlefield Africa

Startups in sub-Saharan Africa, your time is running out. You have just a few short weeks to apply for TechCrunch’s inaugural Startup Battlefield Africa competition, so those looking…