- Instantly after roping in Google India MD Rajan Anandan, Sequoia India is raising a separate $200 million fund for its ASEAN-focused startup accelerator programme called ' Surge '.
- "Sequoia has approached limited partners to pitch for a fund independently and onboarding someone like Anandan will make it easier to get in the capital.
- Introduced in January this year , Surge is a rapid scale-up program for early-stage startups in India and South East Asia.
- Sequoia, which already runs similar programme in the US called the Sequoia Scout programme, has recently launched a seed-stage fund in China.
Sequoia India Raising Separate $200 Mn for Startup Accelerator Programme for India and SE Asia
3 April 2019 4:31 AM GMT