What We Offer
Having worked with hundreds of startups during his decade long journey as an entrepreneur, Munish has had first-hand experience of what pains and pangs constraint a startup faces. He works with early stage ventures to define the business plan and technology requirements. He also acts as an independent consultant and evaluator and the GCT Team can chip in whenever the venture needs development help or even a third eye perspective. He firmly believes that innovation and the right application is the key to success and loves to contribute to the tribe of pioneers that think differently and have the passion to turn their dreams to reality. He likes to work as a team with the new brigade of innovators. Our key USP’s include:
- First hand industry experience that ensures high quality mentoring
- Large talent pool of technology evangelists
- Network of business and technology resources
- Focus on the team and the product
- Tangible inputs for isolating and minimizing Risk.
- Follow the KIS (Keep it Simple) methodology
So let’s join hands and make future happen!
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Some of the companies we invested in
Some of our portfolio Companies featured in the media
[Funding alert] Airmeet raises $12M Series A investment led by Sequoia Capital India, Redpoint Ventures
Airmeet has raised $12 million Series A funding led by Virtual event organization platform Sequoia Capital India and Redpoint Ventures. Existing investors Accel Partners India, Venture Highway, Global Founders Capital (GFC), and Gokul Rajaram (Caviar Lead at Doordash) also participated in the round.
The Covid-19 outbreak has brought untold miseries to many businesses, but the healthtech landscape has grown through it, devising ingenious mechanisms and technologies to fight the public health crisis. According to DataLabs by Inc42+’s ‘India’s Healthtech Landscape In A Post-Covid-19 World Report 2020’, the size of the healthtech market in India is likely to touch $21 billion by 2025.
New Delhi: Spacetech startups in India are ready to take off, spurred by government policy, local tech expertise and increasing investor interest. A slew of startups such as Pixxel, Bellatrix Aerospace, Agnikul, Vesta Space among others, led by young founders, have raised funds amid the pandemic, as they identify unique opportunities in space that can solve problems across industries.
Pandorum has raised more than INR 41 Cr by issuing Pre-Series B Cumulative Compulsorily Convertible Preference Shares (CCCPS) to several entities