Report

Startup founders may face difficulty in raising funds

– Industry players believe there will be a period where consumers may delay purchase decisions and startups will need to look for alternative opportunities for the business.

Startup founders are likely to find it difficult for raising funds at attractive valuations in the next coming months

as the market faces a steep capital crunch. Industry players believe there will be a period where consumers may delay purchase

decisions and startups will need to look for alternative opportunities for the business.

As per a PTI report, in a joint programme with Meta, formerly known as Facebook, Kalaari Capital's Founder

and Managing Director Vani Kola on Wednesday said that customers may defer their purchase decisions and startup founders will need to tighten up

their belts and look for alternative opportunities for the business.

According to Kola, there is going to be a period where customers are going to delay certain kinds of decision-making

but maybe there are other decisions that they make. "I do think, and added to that liquidity that has overleveraged, funds in public markets will flow down ...

While we only recently celebrated the 100th unicorn, any of those 100 unicorns today if they have to raise capital

will perhaps get a haircut of 30 if not 50 per cent," Kola added.

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