Gujarat-based angel network Rogue Opportunities has announced ambitious plans to invest more than Rs 250 crore in start-ups across the country over the next year.
Since its founding in 2022, Rogue Opportunities has democratized angel investing and cultivated a robust startup ecosystem across the United States.
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Rogue Opportunities’ core team brings together a diverse set of expertise, including four certified public accountants who excel at handling the complex aspects of finance, valuation, due diligence, debt syndication, investment, compliance and the startup ecosystem. Masu. The fifth founder is a seasoned serial entrepreneur who spearheaded BNI Ahmedabad, contributing valuable experience in building and scaling businesses.
“Our fundamental mission is to bridge the gap between startups and investors by providing the funding and resources they need to accelerate their growth and success,” Rougue Opportunities said in a statement. Stated.
Dishank Shah, co-founder of Rogue Opportunities, said of the investment plans: We are passionate about supporting the nation’s brightest minds and pushing their ideas to new heights. ”
Having established strong partnerships with over 200 angel investors and family offices in Gujarat, Rogue Opportunities’ average investment ranges from 5-15 billion and can support startups at various stages of development.
By expanding its reach beyond the borders of Gujarat, Rogue hopes to make a significant contribution to India’s startup ecosystem as a catalyst for entrepreneurship across India.
In addition to making financial investments, Rogue Opportunities is also committed to providing mentoring services, helping startups scale, and preparing for subsequent funding rounds.
These mentoring efforts are spread across the country as part of the network’s role as a startup accelerator, actively fostering entrepreneurship and fostering new talent.
Despite its relatively short existence, Rogue Opportunities has already invested over Rs 20 crore. It has invested $120 billion in diverse startups, counting companies such as Healthy Mills such as Savory, Knocksense, Ayushpay, Parkmate and Crib as beneficiaries.