Bengaluru startups pitch for investments in Singapore

London-based talent investor Entrepreneur First (EF) presented six Bengaluru startups to Asian investors in Singapore on Tuesday under its USD 30-million India-specific entrepreneur nurturing programme.

EF presented the six startups to about 300 investors including venture capitalists and angel investors.

We are very excited about the quality of talent in India, said Esha Tiwary, EF General Manager for India, as she led the six startups to pitch for investments in Singapore.

We look forward to working with every company showcased today, and more, to create a new generation of deep tech giants, said Matt Clifford, co-founder and CEO of EF.

Two more Bengaluru startups, nurtured under EF initiated programme to help commercialise young talents' innovative ideas, would pitch for investments in Singapore next week.

EF has planned an India-specific presentation in Bengaluru next month for its startups to pitch for investments.