#STshare #Funding

Report : Startup Funding : Q1 2019

(Source : YourStory)

1. Funding ticket size has increased this quarter. Average deal size came in at
over $21 million in Q1 2019.

2. Shift towards more experienced founders and growth stage startups.

3. The venture capital firms in India have raised a lot of funds. Blume Venture
and others. Sequoia Capital to become India’s largest VC fund.

4. A total of 11 companies raised more than $100 million in Q1 2019.

5. Entrepreneur-turned-Investor, Binny Bansal emerged as the most prolific angel

6. Early Stage Startups are hit, because of Angel Tax and Department for
Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) ensuring better policies.

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