SIDBI, or the Small Industries Development Bank of India, was set up in 1990 by the Indian government. Its objective was to help ‘micro, small and medium enterprises’ through direct and indirect lending. It also has seven subsidiary companies, one of which is the SIDBI Venture Capital.
Can government venture capital make food tech hot again?
Reading the leaves behind SIDBI’s VC investment in Holachef
SIDBI seems to have latched onto food tech after the gold rush has faded
It has invested almost twice the amount that it usually does, in Holachef
SIDBI is also an investor in HolaChef’s first investor, India Quotient
Is SIDBI stepping up to address capital shortage for Indian startups?