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The Legal Challenges for Indian Entrepreneurs

Being an Indian entrepreneur is known for being difficult. Unfortunately, India’s regulatory framework creates issues for entrepreneurs and investors both inside and outside of the country. Startups are the growth engines of economy – if India is to be a considered amongst the developed countries, it needs to unlock its full potential through innovation and ingenuity. Policy and legal framework should encourage and reward entrepreneurs, rather they try and restrict them.

Inventus Capital Partners recently conducted a survey of over 400 entrepreneurs, advisors and lawyers across India and the US, outlining the legal challenges that Indian entrepreneurs face. Below is a visual report  (infographic), with key findings from the survey.

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