The Vault: An Investment Platform for India’s Emerging Start-ups

by July 29, 2016 0 comments

A platform that offers upcoming start-ups, SMEs, students and rural/household businesses a chance to showcase their innovative ideas in front of industry veterans and fund their ventures

If you’ve ever dreamt of becoming an entrepreneur or think you have a unique business proposition that could make a difference then there is a platform called ‘The Vault’. Giving the spirit of entrepreneurship in the country a major shot in the arm, the one-of-its-kind Indian reality show is now offering aspiring entrepreneurs a massive opportunity to fund their business dreams. But how is The Vault different from anything else in the country? 

Open to SMEs, the student community, household & rural ventures, and start-ups at an incubation stage, The Vault is a televised series that gives a platform for entrepreneurs-in-the-making to pitch their innovative business ideas in front of a panel of investors and secure on-the-spot funding. With each episode running for approximately 30 minutes, every emotion will be captured on camera as participating entrepreneurs use highly imaginative and even absurd pitches to showcase their ‘I wish I had thought of that’ business ideas and convince investors to fund their ventures.

The final say, however, remains with the investors, who have already proven their mettle in fields as diverse as finance, real-estate, retail, advertising and tech. They will evaluate each pitch on aspects such as innovation, novelty, growth prospects and viability of the idea before deciding on whether they want to invest in a given venture.

With a televised launch scheduled for September, the introduction of a novel concept such as The Vault within the country will definitely delight upcoming entrepreneurs. The Vault also recently staged a successful tri-city concept launch in Delhi, Bangalore, and Mumbai. Know more about it

 

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