B2B is the name of the game for YourNest Angel Fund

B2B business is considered to grow at a slow pace and the chances of exits are lower, especially in Series-A investors like YourNest

Sunil Goyal, YourNest Angel Fund
Sunil Goyal

Investments by major venture capital (VC) funds seem to be slowing. Ask entrepreneurs and they will tell you the difficulty in raising Series-C or even Series-B rounds. But, angel investors insist there is value to be had in the Indian tech start-up market. YourNest Angel Fund sees it in the business-to-business (B2B) sector. Sunil Goyal, the founder and chief executive officer of YourNest, says he doesn't shy away from consumer-led companies. However, he would like these to be big business houses with immediate adoption, high return and a scope of growth that is not driven by ...