Investing in Start-Ups Easier – Ratan Tata

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  • Ratan Tata said he would consider investing in young and dynamic start-ups than in large enterprise as the challenges associated with start-up funding were lower than investing in complex entities.
  • Mr. Tata, who has invested in 25 start-ups in the country, said the quality of the founders, their passion and the concept were more relevant while investing in start-ups.
  • In his personal capacity, Mr. Tata has invested in Snapdeal, Ola, Xiaomi, Kaaryah, Bluestone.com, Teabox.com, Urban Ladder and Alteroes Energies, among others.
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