Funding can be a challenge if you are an entrepreneur venturing into a new business. Many entrepreneurs try to pitch their idea to the VCs and Angel investors, but the problem is that for getting the funds you have to give up equity shares—and if you raise too much money, it may result in you no longer being in control of the startup that you conceptualized.
2015 was a great year for startups. The most inspiring and disruptive startups made their mark during the course of the year in the areas of food tech, hyperlocal logistics, healthcare and much else. Indications are that 2016 could be even more exciting year for startups. Why? Because the startups that have already been launched will start maturing in 2016, and also because there is news of several new startup themes that investors are excited about.
So do you have the next Flappy Bird in mind? Or perhaps the next Whatsapp?
The wonderful world of startups is full of excitement and hard work. Sheer business ideas simply do not cut the cake, you need a sharp edge of technology to deliver your best value.
Building a startup is like playing with building blocks. You can build whatever you want without a hint of hesitation and concern. All that is needed is an idea, an idea to join the blocks towards a massive structured edifice. One wrong block at the wrong place and the whole structure crumbles to pieces.