Investors must be comfortable with lack of control over the money they invest: Alok Goyal of Stellaris Venture Partners

Investors must be comfortable with lack of control over the money they invest: Alok Goyal of Stellaris Venture Partners

  • Naganand Doraswamy on his journey from techie to entrepreneur and now investorCreating a fund for a segment that needs it Established in 2016, early stage fund
  • Stellaris Venture Partners is the brainchild of Rahul Chowdhri, Ritesh Banglani, and Alok Goyal, who have over two decades of experience in the Indian startup ecosystem and venture capital universe.
  • During our stint in the Indian startup ecosystem, and while working in the venture capital world, we realised that the number of proper size venture funds hadn’t grown in over a decade.
  • The primary reason for this gap was that raising capital for funds isn’t easy, especially foreign capital, which is what you need if you are raising a Series A-centric fund.
  • Speaking about SMB digital enablement, Alok says: “We believe whether it is procurement, serving customers, accounting, payments, or anything across the value chain, technology is seeping into these SMBs.


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