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What is the key skill set an investor look into the venture?

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What are the key things which an investor looks into a venture -
1. Is it idea?
2. Is it execution capability?
3. Is it target market or
4. Is it business Plan.

and what is the weight of each items (though its very subjective).

posted Mar 21, 2013 by Salil Agrawal

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As far as Indian investors are concerned they are interested in ideas which can earn them high revenues in least amount of time which in turn means that they are not even interested in investing in start ups which are just break even. They just prefer later-stage companies. This approach is fueled more due to the Indian policies for IPOs and fund investment horizon etc.

answer Jul 22, 2013 by Pallavi Ghildiyal
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Scalability and exit strategy.

answer Mar 21, 2013 by anonymous
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