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Innovating for India’s Next 500M First-Time Internet Users

May 7, 2018

Roopa Kudva spoke with Economic Times to share insights on our recent investments in India focused on innovating for India’s next 500 million first-time internet users.

“In terms of plans for commitments going forward, we have committed a little under $250 million over the last six years towards India and we expect to invest between $50 million and $60 million every year for the next couple of years. If you look at it in terms of a fund, that would be equivalent to a $200 million fund in the traditional venture capital ecosystem.”

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