Since early April, when the country went into a prolonged lockdown on account of the Covid-19 pandemic, angel investor network Mumbai Angels has been on an investment spree, closing 19 deals across sectors. Along the way it has also racked up 13 exits. Founded in 2006, Mumbai Angels consists of over 500 members and has made over 150 investments and exited 70 firms. Some of its recent investments include edtech startup Edhusk, biotech startup Mestastop, digital media startup NewsReach, and supply chain technology startup Aker Foods Agrotech. In an interview with TechCircle, Nandini Mansinghka, CEO and co-promoter of Mumbai Angels spoke about the company’s strategies, lockdown deal run and managing operations during the pandemic.
20 Oct, 2020