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“Time For Indian Entrepreneurs To Think Global”

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January 13: Last week, social networking giant Facebook made its first-ever acquisition in India. The company picked up a Bengaluru-based startup called Little Eye Labs. The firm was started in 2012 with seed funding from GSF Superangels and Ventureast Tenet Fund. Bloomberg TV India speaks to Sateesh Andra, Managing Partner, Ventureast Tenet Fund, to understand why they exited Little Eye just after Facebook's acquisition.