plans to support 10 startups, including at least three three city-based
ventures, in the remaining period of this fiscal.
additional startups this year. Three to four are from the city,” President
of Calcutta Angels Network (CAN) Siddharth Pansari said.
Primarc Group, said that the startup eco-system in Kolkata is yet to evolve.
way ahead in promoting the start-up culture. CAN members are trying their best
to come forward and support start-ups which have a good business model,”
he told reporters here.
city-based start-up engaged in the domain of education.
equity in Zeroinfy, Pansari said.
which was founded three years ago, had made an aggregate funding of close to
eight crore. “The membership will cross 100 by the end of the year,”
in the city where prominent speakers are Kunal Kapoor of Ketto, Kaushal Dugar
of Teabox and Ravi Narayan of Microsoft Ventures among others.