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if the bank robs you, that’s “finance”
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A note on the happenings of the last quarter and state of the market.
Lightbox, the backer of unicorns such as Rebel Foods and Droom, plans to launch its new fund this year as it is close to fully committing its third fund that had raised $200 million (around Rs 1,500 crore) in 2018.
The new fund is expected to be larger than the third fund, Sandeep Murthy, Partner, Lightbox, told VCCircle, without specifying the amount as the plan remains at an early stage.
Namita Gokhale, who is a writer, publisher, and festival director. She's authored many books and is the co-founder and co-director of the Jaipur Literature Festival. And we're going to talk a little bit about content, where it's going, culture, how it's evolving, and a little bit about how tech maybe playing a role in all of that through the lens that she's experienced.
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