“Money’s something you need in case you don't die tomorrow” – could soon be the credo with startups in India. Looking at the relative unease between VCs and startups, the mutual booing of shortcomings that each of them sees in the other’s process, there’s hardly the evidence of the ecosystem thriving. Skepticism is writ large on their wall (ah, the `wall’ thing is because of FaceBook!).
Here’s one from a startup entrepreneur - "Many VCs in India are still not strategic partners, but more like moneylenders who make start-ups perform with a gun to the head. The proprietary attitude they bring to the incubatee's premises is not encouraging.
When it comes to money, everybody's of the same religion I guess.