Posts Tagged ‘venture capital’

By • Apr 9th, 2011 • Category: Business & Tech, Diaspora, Featured, Ideas, India, San Francisco/Silicon Valley, VC & Private Equity Funding
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Ram Shriram is an entrepreneur and investor, who was a founding board member of Google. He is currently a member of the board of trustees at Stanford University. Identified as one of the top tech dealmakers by Forbes in 2008 and 2009 Ram founded his investment company Sherpalo Ventures in 2000. He has invested in a handful of [...]



By • Mar 9th, 2010 • Category: Business & Tech, Diaspora, Featured, Ideas, Internet & Telecom, Mumbai, San Francisco/Silicon Valley, VC & Private Equity Funding
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A few of the magical ingredients of what makes Silicon Valley unique is the easy access to mentors and investors. I turned to Yogen Dalal an engineer-turned entrepreneur-turned venture capitalist to find out the answers to many unanswered questions. Yogen came to Silicon Valley in the early 1970s to study at Stanford University. He is the Managing [...]



By • Dec 29th, 2008 • Category: Bangalore, Diaspora, Featured, Ideas, VC & Private Equity Funding
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Vinod Dham is managing partner of NEA-IndoUS Fund. He is known as the Father of Pentium Processor and spent many years working for Intel before branching out to becoming an entrepreneur and an investor. In this interview Vinod shares his thoughts about investing in India and his involvement with  New Path Ventures and NEA IndoUS [...]



By • Oct 16th, 2008 • Category: Bangalore, Business & Tech, Diaspora, Featured, Ideas, India, Internet & Telecom, San Francisco/Silicon Valley
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Ashish Gupta is co-founder of Helion Venture Partners, a India focused venture capital firm with a $140 million venture fund. Ashish is an entrepreneur turned investor and is one of the few investors to have had a successful exit in India. He was an early investor in Daksh that got acquired by IBM. He has [...]