Chanana on opting for NYSE-listing against PE funding, nature of basmati rice business and the target of doubling its business in the next 5 years.
The promoters are planning to deleverage 80-100 per cent of their pledged shares, he says.
The firm is expanding manufacturing capacity through internal accruals.
The entrepreneur and strategic investor, along with his wife Meena, is starting a technology-enabled healthcare service provider.
The PE firm is planning to close its maiden fund that has a corpus of $38m at present & will soon kick-start the process to raise its 2nd fund.
The co-founder and CEO of the e-commerce major says he does not see Flipkart moving to a zero inventory model in the ‘short term’.
Murugavel Janakiraman says Indian internet companies need to focus beyond the local market and think of global opportunities.
The company is currently looking to raise growth capital for its QSR business and will later raise funding for its casual dining brand.
Dalmia talks about how the investment company is different from conventional PE firms or portfolio companies and more.
The co-head of the Structured Investments Group of the cash-rich firm says he is chasing assets which need last-mile funding.
redBus will be maintained as an independent venture even as the acquirers also run a separate OTA under Goibibo.
Shailesh Karwa and Sharad Dalmia say the firm needs to grow five times to hit a revenue target of $200 million to operate as a subsidiary of Staples.
The promoter of the consumer products firm talks about plans to launch new products and brands besides the road to an IPO.
The IT services provider raised around $45 million, led by Canaan Partners and Intel Capital, in 2011 and has already hit a revenue run rate of $20 million.
In three-five years, the company will invest around $270-359M for expansion.
With around $1.35 billion in annual EBITDA between JSW Steel and JSW Ispat Steel, the group says it is comfortable to go for inorganic expansion.
Consolidation is bound to happen in this crowded market as only 2-3 big horizontal players will be able to create value, says Canaan MD.
The firm's PE arm managed to raise $1 billion during difficult market conditions and opened up India to a new class of investors.
The beauty and wellness player is keen on acquisitions globally and has spotted Middle East and Southeast Asia as two key geographies.
The founder of the pre-school chain operator aims to triple its network with 1,000 centres by 2018.