DataLabs by Inc42’s Indian Tech Startup Funding Q3 2019 Report showcases the growth of the Indian startup ecosystem over the past five years (2014 – Q3 2019) . With just one quarter to go in 2019, it’s time to look back at the year and understand how far the startup ecosystem has come. Besides an insight into the funding activity after the first three quarters of 2019, the report also discusses the catalysts for the ecosystem and paints a picture of the possible trends for Q4 2019.
Get a deep understanding of the overall health of the Indian startup ecosystem from a funding and investment point of view. Explore the emerging trends and prepare for the near future with projections for the last quarter of 2019.
After witnessing a slowdown in 2018 due to policy uncertainty, investment activity in the Indian startup ecosystem gained momentum in Q1 2019, which has sustained over the next two quarters.
However, there’s still a lot of uncertainty over policies such as angel tax, ecommerce policy, healthcare norms and data localisation have come as entry barriers for new startups and have deterred investments. Though issues such as angel tax have been solved to a certain extent, it still remains a problem for new investors or investments in new startups.
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