The influx of venture capital into Indian startups refuses to weaken, as more and more new foreign investors join this niche. According to the data of the tracker Tracxn and Mint, more than two dozen new investors have invested in India this year.
"We are increasingly witnessing how venture investors are entering the digital and technological space of India for the first time. On the one hand, we see that large, semi-strategic investors are taking large and long-term rates, and on the other hand, new enterprises and capital funds are growing, as well as family offices, "said Pankai Naik, managing director of Avendus Capital.
"We conducted a study in the field of Indian mobile gaming companies and allocated 99Games for ourselves," said Munehiko It, the manager of Tokyo’s Dream Incubator. Dream Incubator prefers to call himself a "business producer" and has an appetite for increasing investment in India.
"DI has already invested in two Fintech companies and has recently committed to invest in another Fintech company in India. We are looking for opportunities in mobile games, healthcare technologies and digital media, and we already managed to include 10 opportunities in our investment portfolio", - he added.
The Indian region is full of companies with great potential and interesting startup ideas. It attracts various funds and investors, forcing them to invest in promising projects of India.
It was recently reported that major investors in the Middle East prefer to invest in foreign projects.