#FreewheelingFridays with Java Capital
Join us live every Friday at 6PM to discuss all things startups
Founders of Java's latest portfolio company Warehouse.io, join this week's #FreewheelingFridays. They dive into the early lifecycle of a logistics start-up and the unique way of resolving problems. Further, What are VC’s responsibilities towards their portfolio companies? The conversation concludes with insights on communities and role of freewheeling sessions.
The much anticipated, latest batch of Angel Investor Course kicked-off this week. Join the journey as the partners read between the lines of the TATA-Curefit ‘deal’. What do we think about the skyrocketing valuations and sky-high expectations of founders?
Is the race to win early-stage deals by investors driven by FOMO and will it affect the Micro-VCs? In founder’s market how common is reverse pitching, and what are the trenches to look out for? Some light-hearted topics and VC humor.
Diving straight into burning topics, joined today by Saptarishi Sen, of Wipro Consumer Care Ventures. Investment thesis straight from the horse’s mouth. Efficiencies to exploit in the D2C space? Revealing the latest ambitious investment for Java Capital
How to get free AirPods VC edition. What are the key numbers that brighten the part to the end of the covid tunnel? Java's new portfolio Upscale's founder provides insights on growing a startup in the B2B space and avoiding pitfalls while pitching.
Vinod's battle with covid ends with a victory. Java's team is expanding - Two new interns were introduced to the team with high enthusiasm. What are some good reads for all the bookworms out there in isolation?
Starting off with big news and numbers! A guest appearance from Arjun Rao, MD at Speciale Invest. Is this the era of advanced and emerging tech? Do learning curves exist for Fund Managers? If so what is the role of timing and experience?
What in the world is happening with IPL? A surprise guest in the name of Anup Gopikumar, a PM at Microsoft. Insights on how to evaluate a company, and where Angels Investments pop up in a portfolio. The million dollar question (Literally) - How many VCs are making money?
Green shoots emerge in the portfolio despite tough times, insights on what to look for in a winner. Do VC firms go on a buying spree, and does it work out? Is this the golden time to start-up?