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A 150-times exit on investment in OYO Rooms, and with over 53 investments, Artha is moving from a family office to a venture fund. Startups take note.
Artha India Ventures, a Mumbai-based seed-stage investor, plans to double its portfolio to 100 start-ups in three years, managing partner Anirudh Damani says
Despite investors remaining cautious throughout 2017, the hectic activity around fin-tech, or financial technologies, was not to be missed.
It’s almost 2018, and the glass ceiling preventing women from succeeding still looms large.
The Artha Group, which runs the family fund Artha India Venture, has received the approval of Sebi to set up a new early-stage investment fund – AVF I.
Artha India Ventures, the family office of former BSE director Ashok Damani has sought approval from market regular Sebi to set up a fund with a corpus of Rs 200 crore.