Navigating the complex market with Chiratae Ventures Innovator's Program
About the session

Chiratae Ventures has been exploring uncharted terrains since 2006. Formerly known as IDG Ventures, they are India’s leading technology Venture Capital funds advisor with approximately $800Mn assets under management, that has backed some of the biggest technology startups in India such as Bounce, Cure.Fit, FirstCry, Flipkart, Lenskart, Manthan, Myntra, and PolicyBazaar, among others. Over the years, Chiratae Ventures has made over 50 seed investments including in companies such as CloudCherry, Deepfence, EarlySalary, HealthPlix, Hevo Data, Kristal.AI, NestAway,, PlaySimple, Rentomojo, Unbxd, and Uniphore; which collectively have raised over $500 Mn in capital.

This year, as startups have been on a roller-coaster ride, Chiratae’s aim is to bridge the gap between industry stalwarts and emerging businesses by bringing the ecosystem together during this unprecedented time. Watch the leadership team at Chiratea Ventures, which includes founders Sudhir Sethi and TCM Sundaram, as well as the partners Karthik Prabhakar, Karan Mohla, Venkatesh Peddi and Ranjith Menon, discuss how startups can navigate the new normal with their Innovators Program.

Register for the 7th edition of the Innovator's Program. The last date to apply is October 20, 2020.

Sudhir Sethi, Founder and Chairman, Chiratae Ventures

TCM Sundaram, Founder and Managing Director, Chiratae Ventures

Karthik Prabhakar, Executive Director, Chiratae Ventures

Karan Mohla, Executive Director, Chiratae Ventures

Venkatesh Peddi, Executive Director, Chiratae Ventures

Ranjith Menon, Executive Director, Chiratae Ventures

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