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Dfj India

Fund: Draper Fisher Jurvetson

Posted by beaupeep on 2007-10-26

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We've met all the big name VCs in India. We got termsheets from a couple & closed on one.

I met Tim Draper a couple of years ago, and he was bright. But, DFJ India's Sateesh Andra is the biggest loser I've seen amongs tens of VCs I've met. I'm not sure how such a reputable firm made him a venture partner.

As the VC process is fairly new in India, and what with the booming economy, He's basking more in the attention that he garners as a partner with DFJ, and not on bringing good deals to the fund.

Goto Mohanjit Jolly (newly stationed in Bangalore) if you can. Avoid Sateesh like plague.

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