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Former UST CEO Sajan Pillai on his investment plans amid coronavirus

The tech entrepreneur turned investor plans to make investments from his Season Two Ventures (S2), an Indo-US corridor venture capital firm which has a corpus of $100 million

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The tech entrepreneur turned investor is making these investments from his Season Two Ventures (S2), an Indo-US corridor venture capital firm which has a corpus of $100 million

Peerzada Abrar Bengaluru
Sajan Pillai, who as CEO built UST Global into a $1 billion technology services company from scratch, in his new avatar is now betting big to invest in ventures which are creating solutions for the post-Covid-19 world.

The tech entrepreneur turned investor is making these investments from his Season Two Ventures (S2), an Indo-US corridor venture capital firm which has a corpus of $100 million. Pillai said he is making several investments in India even as the investment activity is hurt by the Covid-19 pandemic. These ventures are addressing problems ranging from providing warehouse spaces, analysing air quality data to

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First Published: Aug 04 2020 | 1:43 PM IST

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