You are aware of the Demand and Supply Concept, right? So goes with Investors and Startups. Just like with more demand, more supply needs to be taken care of; if the startups are increasing, then more investors should be there. It isn't the case in India, but 2017 saw a sudden drop in the number of startups registered numbering to only 800+ in 2017 as compared to 6000+ startups in 2016. One primary reason this happened was that of the lack of angel investors, i.e., in a country with a population of 1.32 Billion; there are only 3000 angel investors whereas in US 320,000 angel investors are there amongst just (when compared to India) 384 Million people.
It isn't only about maintaining the equilibrium, things like connections and networking with the big daddies of the corporate world are essential, their mentorship is necessary, and you taking the first step towards startup is the best investment you can make in your life.
Lacking the inspiration to take up the bold step, well, I've got good news for you. Startup Investors Summit (SIS 2017) - India's Premier Summit is going to take place in Mumbai on December 15-16 at Ramada Convention Center, Powai, Mumbai. Watch this video and get the uncontrollable feeling of registering via the link present at the end.
Should you choose to address the innumerable problems faced by India's startup ecosystem? Indulge in debates, grab the opportunity to fire questions but first, register here.