Startup Exits: Overhyped or Underappreciated
Oct 21, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Asia/Kolkata)
Zoom, Online

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An exit is what gives early investors in a startup, a return. Founders who have started and are running, and growing a business, will probably need an exit eventually; but there’s probably no rush. While most startups may not be looking for an exit strategy, it is only practical that entrepreneurs never disregard market shifts. Broadly, we can classify exits into 2 - Initial Public Offering or IPO and Acquisition & Mergers.

Financial stability of the company and cash in hand with the investor is the biggest determinant for a deal. The recent slump in the Indian economy has created uncertainties concerning startup exits. Pandemic has made investors vigilant looking to stabilize their portfolios, whereas, founders are hesitant to part with their equity given the steep drop in valuations. This session discusses the various Exit options that are open to investors and founders and how to evaluate the various options available

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    Noida, UP, India


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