Early-stage investing is a tricky game. During the early phase, investors need to be able to spot promising ventures before they’ve been validated by the market or sometimes even before they are product ready.
Vaibhav Domkundwar, the CEO of Better Capital, is somebody who has pulled that feat off with panache. Better invests in innovative ideas and teams in their formative years and has been an early backer in stellar ventures like Open, Khatabook, Airmeet, TeachMint, and many more.
In this episode, Gurudev Prasad gets Vaibhav’s insights on how to identify great ventures early, why he’s bullish on the Indian startup scene, the ways in which founders can make a compelling pitch to early-stage investors, and more.