In April 2018, for the first time, Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc, revealed the value of its sizeable start-up holdings at $11 billion. While its investment in India is not exactly eye-popping, the search giant has thus far made two direct investments in Indian internet-based start-ups — Dunzo (a personal concierge company) of Rs.600 million and Fynd (an offline to online fashion portal) of an undisclosed amount.
Catching ‘em Young
It’s not just Google, good old brick and mortar companies, too, are seeking a slice of the start-up action to stay ahead in the game
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