How to fund your start-up dream
Although there are many options for funding, always have a strategy to repay the money
According to Nasscom report, India will be home to 10,500 start-ups by 2020
MUMBAI : “Ideas are cheap, execution is everything," said Chris Sacca, an early investor in Twitter and Uber. And, an important component which impacts the execution is money. Sahil Isai, co-founder (marketing) of Walkers Unltd, a dog-walking company which provides certified walkers and trainers for your dogs, says, “Our dog-walking company is founded by a group of dog lovers. We have invested our funds, and are also a part of the NMIMS incubator. Apart from mentorship and infrastructure, they will help us with investor connect in the future."