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Startup Street: Lessons from the year gone by

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As we draw the curtains on 2019, Startup Street speaks to some members of the Startup Economy to understand what the top learnings for the sector were this year, and what we should expect in 2020.

As we draw the curtains on 2019, Startup Street speaks to some members of the Startup economy to understand what the top learnings for the sector were this year, and what we should expect in 2020.
2019 was a marginally good year for start-ups as they received investments of USD 14.4 billion as compared to USD 10.33 billion in 2018.
The sectors that saw a lot of action were consumer tech, followed by Fintech, retail, enterprise applications, health tech, and artificial intelligence. Every year, there are sectors that play out as themes in terms of new businesses, trends, and so on.
Shereen Bhan caught up with Sudhir Sethi of Chiratae Ventures, Shanti Mohan of Lets Venture and Sanjay Nath of Blume Ventures to discuss the year gone by and spot the big ideas for 2020.
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