3. Promoted By:
All India Financial
State Level Financial
4. Venture capital funds in
VCFs in India can be categorized into following five
1) Those promoted by the Central Government
controlled development finance institutions. For
- ICICI Venture Funds Ltd.
- IFCI Venture Capital Funds Ltd (IVCF)
- SIDBI Venture Capital Ltd (SVCL)
5. 2) Those promoted by State Government controlled
development finance institutions.
- Punjab InfoTech Venture Fund
- Gujarat Venture Finance Ltd (GVFL)
- Kerala Venture Capital Fund Pvt Ltd.
3) Those promoted by public banks.
- Can bank Venture Capital Fund
- SBI Capital Market Ltd
6. 4)Those promoted by private sector
- IL&FS Trust Company Ltd
- Infinity Venture India Fund
5)Those established as an overseas venture capital fund.
- Walden International Investment Group
- HSBC Private Equity
management Mauritius Ltd
7. Venture capital industry wise
IT & ITES
g Media &
logistics Eng. &
8. Top cities attracting venture capital
Software services, BPO, Media,
Computer graphics, Animations,
Finance & Banking
All IP led companies, IT & ITES, Bio-
Software services, ITES ,
IT & ITES,
Bio-technology, IT ,
10. SEED STAGE
The first stage of venture capital financing. seed-stage
financings are often comparatively modest amounts of capital
provided to inventors or entrepreneurs to finance the early
development of a new product or service. These early financings
may be directed toward product development, market research,
building a management team and developing a business
plan. A genuine seed-stage company has usually not yet
established commercial operations - a cash infusion to fund
continued research and product development is essential. These
early companies are typically quite difficult business
opportunities to finance, often requiring capital for pre-startup
R&D, product development and testing, or designing specialized
equipment. An initial seed investment round made by a
professional VC firm typically ranges from $250,000 to $1
11. Early Stage - For companies that are able to begin operations but
are not yet at the stage of commercial manufacturing and sales,
early stage financing supports a step-up in capabilities. At this
point, new business can consume vast amounts of cash, while VC
firms with a large number of early-stage companies in their
portfolios can see costs quickly escalate.
Start-up - Supports product development and initial marketing.
Start-up financing provides funds to companies for product
development and initial marketing. This type of financing is
usually provided to companies just organized or to those that
have been in business just a short time but have not yet sold their
product in the marketplace.
12. First Stage - Capital is provided to initiate commercial manufacturing and
sales. Most first-stage companies have been in business less than three years
and have a product or service in testing or pilot production. In some cases,
the product may be commercially available.
At this stage, we presume that the idea has been transformed into a product and is
being produced and sold. This is the first encounter with the rest of the market,
the competitors. The venture is trying to squeeze between the rest and it tries to
get some market share from the competitors. This is one of the main goals at this
stage. Another important point is the cost. The venture is trying to minimize their
losses in order to reach the break-even
The management team has to handle very decisively. The VC firm monitorsthe
management capability of the team. This consists of how the management team
manages the development process of the product and how they react to
13. The Third Stage
• This stage is seen as the expansion/maturity phase of the previous stage.
The venture tries to expand the market share they gained in the previous
stage. This can be done by selling more amount of the product and having a
good marketing campaign. Also, the venture will have to see whether it is
possible to cut down their production cost or restructure the internal
process. This can become more visible by doing a SWOTanalysis.
• Apart from expanding, the venture also starts to investigate follow-up
products and services. In some cases, the venture also investigates how to
expand the life-cycle of the existing product/service.
• At this stage the VC firm monitors the objectives already mentioned in the
second stage and also the new objective mentioned at this stage. The VC firm
will evaluate if the management team has made the expected cost reduction.
They also want to know how the venture competes against the competitors.
The new developed follow-up product will be evaluated to see if there is any
14. The Bridge/Pre-public Stage
• This is the last stage of the venture capital financing process. The main
goal of this stage is for the venture to go public so that investors can
exit the venture with a profit commensurate with the risk they have
• At this stage, the venture achieves a certain amount of market share.
This gives the venture some opportunities, for example:
• Merger with other companies
• Keeping new competitors away from the market
• Eliminate competitors
• Internally, the venture has to examine where the product's market position
and, if possible, reposition it to attract new Market segmentation. This is
also the phase to introduce the follow-up product/services to attract new
clients and markets.
Kunal Bahl , Rohit Bansal
Venture Funding :-
January , 2011 - $12 million from Nexus venture
partners and Indo-US venture partners
July , 2011 - $45 million from Bessemer venture partners and
Round 3 - $50 million from existing investors
16. Venture funding of $250000 in 2002
from Draper investment company
Venture funding of $1.3 million
Venture funding of 6 million
17. February , 2014 - $133 million from Kalaari capital, Intel
capital, Saama capital and all existing investors
May , 2014 - $105 million from Blackrock, Temasek
holdings and Premji Invest
October , 2014 - $647 million from Softbank
Sachin Bansal, Binny Bansal
Venture Funding :-
Accel India US$1 million in 2009
Tiger Global US$10 million in 2010 and US$20 million
in June 2011
ICONIQ Capital-$150 million
Additional $200 million from existing investors
including Tiger Global, Naspers, Accel Partners and
Iconic Capita in July 2013
19. DST Global-$210 million on 26 May 2014
Tiger Global Management-$1 billion on 29 July
Baillie Gifford & Greenoaks Capital- USD 700
Million in November 2014
Singapore-based companies regulator ACRA-
USD 700 million in December 2014
By August 2015, after raising $700 million, Flipkart
had already raised a total of $3 billion, over 12
Vijay Shekhar Sharma
In March 2015, Indian industrialist Ratan Tata made personal
investment in the firm .
Paytm received a $575 million investment from Chinese e-
commerce company Alibaba Group in march 2015
Ant Financial Services Group took 25% stake in One97 as
part of a strategic agreement.
Company received 300cr from ICICI Bank in March 2016