Pi Ventures’ Manish Singhal on life lessons, investing and more

Anand Murali December 14, 2017

We’ve been putting the spotlight on the lighter side of business leaders on FactorDaily through our web series Out Of Syllabus, in which we talk to business leaders about how they go about their lives. In this weeks’ episode, we talk to the founding partner of Pi Ventures, Manish Singhal who is also an avid wildlife photographer. Before co-founding Pi Ventures, Manish also co-founded LetsVenture.com and was its CEO. Earlier he was also the India Country Manager for consumer electronic startup Sling Media and built its R&D and product team in India.


               

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