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Only companies that grow rapidly will have interesting exit options open to them: Vani Kola of Kalaari Capital

06 September, 2013

Last year, Technology focused venture capital firm Indo-US Venture Partners rechristened itself to Kalaari Capital while raising a new $160 million fund. Its existing portfolio from investments includes a bunch of e-commerce players such as Snapdeal, Myntra, UrbanLadder, Hushbabies and Zivame. However, the firm has also seen two of its previous e-com investments biting the dust. In an interview with VCCircle, Kalaari Capital’s Vani Kola  talks about her take on the current state of the e-commerce sector, failed bets, new investment themes the VC firm is chasing and more. Edited excerpts:


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Only companies that grow rapidly will have interesting exit options open to them: Vani Kola of Kalaari Capital

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