7 Women Torchbearers Of India's Investment Landscape

Anjali Bansal

Anjali Bansal, founder and chairperson of Avaana Capital, invested in four Indian startups in 2022: BambooBox, Gold Setu, and Groyyo, according to Inc42.

Ankita Vashistha

Ankita Vashistha is the founder of Saha Fund and StrongHer Ventures, supporting female-led early-stage startups in fintech, health tech, consumer tech, and Web 3.0.

Paula Mariwala

Paula Mariwala, an early-stage investor for 15 years, is a founding partner of Mumbai-based Aureolis Ventures and the founder of Stanford Angels & Entrepreneurs India.

Renuka Ramnath

Renuka Ramnath is the founder and CEO of Multiples Alternate Asset Management, a Mumbai-based venture capital firm backing startups like Delhivery, ACKO, Dream11, MoEngage, and LivPure.

Seema Chaturvedi

Seema Chaturvedi, Founder and Managing Partner of AWE Funds, has a 25-year track record in capital markets and financial management, focused on driving gender equity in entrepreneurship.

Varsha Tagare

Varsha Tagare is the managing director at Qualcomm Ventures where she manages a $150 Mn fund dedicated to India and cross-border digital enterprise investments.

Vani Kola

Vani Kola, founder and MD of Kalaari Capital, has led over 30 investments, including Dream11, Myntra, Cure.fit, and Snapdeal.

Meet 44 Women Torchbearers Of India’s Startup Investment Space