Updated: Removed the confrontational sentences as that were written in the heat of the moment and were not adding any value to the post and were written just to get it out of my system: Based on some bad experiences with Indian VCs, following are some pointers on dealing with VCs. In one instance, we specifically asked a VC if they were in talks with our competition. We did not want to talk if they were speaking to competition. They gave in writing that they were not. But after our discussions, it was clear they were in fact talking. In another instance, VC was said he was interested but actually was just using us to get data points about our industry. Finally he used those data points to help his portfolio company to get direction. Well, there is no point in naming names or crying hoarse. To take something positive out of my experience, I am listing some points you need to remember when dealing with VCs. 1. Don't tell them your client list. Especially the prospectiv
Our hits and misses while building a scalable cloud telephony platform KooKoo, Ozonetel.