Pankaj Jain

Fair sir. Did use CBInsights though they aren’t the best source about India though. Ultimately any public data source is reliable only as long as there’s data feedback (which in this case was the 10% data which I’m sure is fully accurate and since those 10% data points didn’t share any common attribute like common investors etc, I was convinced enough that it’s fairly representative). As you know, in VC many of the data bets are at best calculated guesses (which is why CBInsights etc even have a market). Beyond that, any source is succeptible to error ofcourse. Thanks for reminding me that :)

The idea was to give some data points for people to use as reference. I’m sure as I get more feedback I’ll also get better ;)

Thanks again.

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