There has never been a better time to go after a dream. To take the craziness of an idea and make it work. You know. That’s why you’re here. Because the numbers work, the initiative work, the funding seems possible, and working hard might just pay off. Whether it’s hope, frustrations, generational imperative or a combination thereof, India is neck deep in dreams trying to be ventures.
Having said that, the difference between a corporate office and a shut shop is staring at the finishing line and not the hurdles in between. Hurdles that can be a challenge to clear. That’s why you’re here, also. So that we can get you to the finishing line.
Whether you want to change the world or simply close a need gap, getting the bucks gets you there. In the startup world, the difference between an optimist and a realist is measured in when they think they’ll go into the black, and how much they’ll invest in the meantime. And that decision often changes expectations, and lives. So here are the two prime methods of funding your venture:
Unless you’re very lucky, this is how your startup story will begin. The time you’ll look back on while reminiscing about that single room where it all began. Where the buck will stop at you and your dream will be in your hands. So, what’s the problem. Your money can only last so long and take you so far. The wall is coming. It’s simply a matter of getting as far as you can in the meantime.
Angel investors, venture capitalist, banking channels. These have become commonplace in the startup lexicon. They are where every budding entrepreneur wants to get to. The holy grail that’ll take your venture to the promised land and make you a serious player. It will. But at the cost of control, and TOT on decision making. Not to mention fixed interest flow in the case of debt funding. But, if you want to play with the big boys, this is where you want to be.
Because we understand long term vision, we evaluate as both an investor and as accountants, we look for the story behind the numbers and we develop astute financial strategies.
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Rationale of externalisation + broad tax & regulatory aspects + factors one should consider before externalisation + whether one should externalise at all?– 𝐏𝐚𝐫𝐭 𝐓𝐰𝐨
Ways to externalise/flip the holding structure + tax & regulatory implications of each structure + right time to externalise;– 𝐏𝐚𝐫𝐭 𝐓𝐡𝐫𝐞𝐞
Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) in global and Indian context including the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC)/Gift city;– 𝐏𝐚𝐫𝐭 𝐅𝐨𝐮𝐫
Regulatory changes in the pipeline + our overall take on the externalisation route in years to come.