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Is consolidation the way forward for Indian startups?

14 March, 2017

Merger and acquisition activity involving Indian startups increased substantially in 2016. This came after funding dried up and many companies struggled to survive. The year saw Quikr acquiring CommonFloor, Flipkart’s Myntra taking over Rocket Internet-backed Jabong and Tata Group’s Titan buying online jewellery retailer Caratlane. So, will M&A activity gain pace in the coming months? A panel of entrepreneurs at the Mumbai edition of News Corp VCCircle Startup Summit last month discussed the issue threadbare. Watch this video to find out more.

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