Start-up hand holding

Typically in India, the focus was on e-commerce, food-tech and grocery start-ups, which ruled the roost in the service sector. This is the industry that is now facing the first onslaught of the valuation markdown. As a result, a deadpool list made by market analyser Tracxn shows that around 753 start-ups have shut shop since 2011.

According to NASSCOM, 2015 saw investments of over $5 billion flowing into start-ups, compared to $3 billion in 2014. India moved up by one position to become the third-fastest growing base of start-ups worldwide, with the number of start-ups crossing 4,200 by the end of 2015, registering a growth of 40 per cent year-over-year, according to the 2015 report.

Our senior consultants help start-ups from the Idea to execution in the areas of guiding them on legal compliance, Incentives from the government, approach to Funding and personal investment and Initial set-up.

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