Dallas Venture Partners (DVP), which has onboarded former Wipro CEO Abidali Neemuchwala as venture partner, aims to aid B2B startups in India and invest $300-500 million over ten years.
The venture capital firm recently announced its plans to fund startups in India, with a focus on early and growth stage companies that operate in the cloud infrastructure, artificial intelligence/machine learning, mobile and emerging technologies sectors.
In the latest episode of the CapitalCall podcast, TechCircle spoke to Dayakar Puskoor, managing director of DVP about the firm’s vision and strategy in India.
DVP is a reboot of Naya Ventures, also co-founded by Puskoor. He began his career with Motorola after which he founded JP Mobile – a mobile software solutions company. He secured $55 million in financing and successfully completed its acquisition by Good Technology, later acquired by Motorola.