On Wednesday, NSE Knowledge Hub (1), an AI-powered platform from the NSE Academy, and LetsVenture has signed a deal to create courses and insightful content on private markets. The premium resources available with the company will cater to people who seek to know the dynamics of fundraising in the private market. It focuses on angel investing, PE fundraising, and VC. It is a one-of-a-kind collab of NSE to involve with a startup and private market fundraise ecosystem.
Ravi Varanasi, Chief Business Development Officer of NSE, stated that the NSE team plays a vital role in the IPO journey of investors and entrepreneurs. It is an immediate need to create more awareness and structured learning regarding the private markets as the startup ecosystem is progressing in India.
The NSE Knowledge Hub is an exclusively designed platform for financial learning. It has now partnered with LetsVenture, which will add extensive value to the startup community’s learners.
NSE Knowledge Hub and LetsVenture Kickoff the Partnership with Founders First Conference
LetsVenture has hosted a day-long Founders First Conference on the NSE Knowledge Hub on 29th August as a kickoff to their collaboration. Some of the well-known investors of India participated in the conference.
It includes Rajan Anandan of Sequoia Capital India, Anjali Bansal of Avaana Capital, Sanjay Nath of Blume Ventures, Hemant Mohapatra of Lightspeed India Partners, and many others. Founders of India’s unicorn startups, such as Abhiraj Bhal of Urban Company, Yashish Dahiya of Policybazaar, and Nithin Kamath of Zerodha, also joined the event.
The Co-founder and CEO of LetsVenture, Shanti Mohan, stated that the team had conducted several masterclasses revolving around early-stage investments. However, there are many gaps in the content for UHNIs to understand the private markets. It includes asset allocations and initiating investments. The partnership between NSE Knowledge Hub and LetsVenture aims to create a formalized program to address the gap.