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Our second fund will be exclusively for India: Will Poole

Co-founder and managing partner, Unitus Seed Fund

Bibhu Ranjan Mishra  |  Bengaluru 

Unitus Seed Fund, a social impact venture fund, is planning to raise its second fund, after fully committing the first one. The first fund was backed by Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates among many other investors, including T V Mohandas Pai and Ranjan Pai of Manipal Group. In an interview with Bibhu Ranjan Mishra, company co-founder and Managing Partner Will Poole says the second fund will be exclusively  for India where it sees immense opportunities to invest in areas such as health care, education and financial technologies. Edited excerpts: What is the status of ...

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Our second fund will be exclusively for India: Will Poole

Co-founder and managing partner, Unitus Seed Fund

Co-founder and managing partner, Unitus Seed Fund Unitus Seed Fund, a social impact venture fund, is planning to raise its second fund, after fully committing the first one. The first fund was backed by Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates among many other investors, including T V Mohandas Pai and Ranjan Pai of Manipal Group. In an interview with Bibhu Ranjan Mishra, company co-founder and Managing Partner Will Poole says the second fund will be exclusively  for India where it sees immense opportunities to invest in areas such as health care, education and financial technologies. Edited excerpts: What is the status of ... image
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Our second fund will be exclusively for India: Will Poole

Co-founder and managing partner, Unitus Seed Fund

Unitus Seed Fund, a social impact venture fund, is planning to raise its second fund, after fully committing the first one. The first fund was backed by Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates among many other investors, including T V Mohandas Pai and Ranjan Pai of Manipal Group. In an interview with Bibhu Ranjan Mishra, company co-founder and Managing Partner Will Poole says the second fund will be exclusively  for India where it sees immense opportunities to invest in areas such as health care, education and financial technologies. Edited excerpts: What is the status of ...

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