Published: 22nd October 2021
IIMB student's article on the country's VC landscape wins first place in a national competition
His article titled ‘Apna Time Ayega (Our time will come!)', ideates the ever-evolving Venture Captial landscape in India which is still younger than other countries
Mridul Nedungottil, a student pursuing the one-year MBA programme at IIM Bangalore, has won first place in the national-level article-writing competition organised by the finance Club – Finomenon, School of Business Studies, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), Mumbai.
He was awarded with a cash prize and a certificate. Mridul was selected among 260 participants to win the top prize. His article titled ‘Apna Time Ayega (Our time will come!)', ideates the ever-evolving Venture Captial landscape in India to produce a study of the new dawn of the Indian VC Landscape, which is still young compared to other countries like the US, Europe, and the UK.
The macroeconomic perspective is vital in understanding the relevance of VC/Private Equity growth which generates substantial economic value for the nation. He also discusses opportunities with SaaS-based businesses’ growth and a few key metrics that investors use across industries to make funding decisions in a space bustling with innovative and never-before-seen products.