A programme that opens Stanford’s doors for Indian faculty

The California-based Motwani Jadeja Foundation has launched a $30-million Motwani Institute for Thought Leadership in Innovation (MITLI) to facilitate academic exchange between Stanford and Indian institutions of higher learning.

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Angel investor Asha Motwani launches institute in US for research in IT, bio-tech

New Delhi, Nov 30 Angel investor Asha Jadeja Motwani has launched Motwani Institute of Thought Leadership in Innovation (MITLI) in San Francisco (US) for research in IT and bio-technology.

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Silicon Valley investor Asha Motwani keen to invest in big data, AI startups in India

After having invested in the US-based companies Silicon Valley venture capitalist Asha Jadeja Motwani is heading back to her roots and plans to invest in Indian entrepreneurs in order to catch up on the on going euphoria.

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Asha Motwani Funds India-U.S. Entrepreneurial Program

Venture capitalist Asha Jadeja Motwani, the wife of the late Stanford Professor Rajeev Motwani — a noted Indian American computer scientist who mentored Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin and helped design algorithms that currently power Google.

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TiE Delhi-NCR Champions Entrepreneurship as an Engine of Employment on the First Day at 3rd Edition of Its Global Summit

One of the Grand keynote speakers included Ms. Asha Jadeja Motwani, of the Motwani Jadeja Foundation. Asha is a Silicon Valley venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and philanthropist.

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Asha Jadeja Motwani Silicon Valley Venture Capitalists

Ms. Asha Jadeja Motwani has invested in over a 100 tech startups as one of Silicon Valley’s first women venture capitalists between 2000 and 2015. She currently angel invests in tech as well as social impact for-profit startups along with some of bay area’s top angels and VC firms. Asha founded Dot Edu Ventures along with her late husband Stanford Computer Science Professor, Rajeev Motwani to invest in student and faculty led startups in the US.

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Meet Asha Jadeja: Silicon Valley venture capitalist, bridging Pakistan and India

Originally from Ahmedabad, India, Jadeja is one of the first few women venture capitalists, angel investors and philanthropists in Silicon Valley. She invests in for-profit tech, internet and high social impact start-ups in the Bay Area, Boston, New York, Africa and India.

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16 yrs on, Asha Jadeja Motwani regrets not having invested in Facebook

Identifying a brand and investing money in it is a big decision, and investors have to make it more often than ever. Angel investor Asha Jadeja Motwani said that she made the 'mistake' of not investing in Facebook in 2002 when it was start-up.

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Gujarat University incubatees to be groomed in Silicon Valley

Four incubatees of start-up incubator of Gujarat University will be groomed in Silicon Valley for three weeks, where they will visit offices of likes of Google, Facebook, Tesla and Paypal. They will pitch to the investors and seek a feedback on their startup ideas.

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Indian-origin VC Asha Jadeja Motwani is putting her money on Pakistani start-ups

Indian-origin VC Asha Jadeja Motwani is investing and encouraging Pakistani entrepreneurs. The Silicon Valley-based investor also believes in creating a ‘mindset of abundance.

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Asha Motwani Believes India Can Surpass Silicon Valley if it Identifies its Roots

It's not every day that you come across an investor who can proudly say that Google took shape under her nose. But Asha Jadeja Motwani credits her venture into the world of entrepreneurship to the rise of Google in front of her.

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Prominent Silicon Valley investor Asha Jadeja to invest aggressively in Indian startups

For Asha, Hyderabad is front runner, but she is also seriously looking at startups in Gurgaon, Delhi and Pune by partnering with local investors and entities.

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Telangana-Hub on cards for this Silicon Valley investor

HYDERABAD: A name to reckon with in the Silicon Valley, prominent angel investor and philanthropist, Asha Jadeja Motwani, now has her eyes on India's largest startup incubator in Hyderabad: the T-Hub.

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Asha Jadeja invests in Pakistani Startup ConnectHear

Asha Jadeja, an angel investor with an array of investments in India, Pakistan and Silicon Valley, has just backed another Pakistani Startup ConnectHear.

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Promoting peace from India and Pakistan to Silicon Valley, the Rajeev Circle Fellowship

In promoting peace each year the Rajeev Circle Fellowship immerses entrepreneurs from India and Pakistan in the heart of Silicon Valley.

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Rajeev Motwani journey from Jammu to Google

Meet Rajeev Motwani. This Stanford professor was the mentor of Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin during their PdH Days. He has also been and advising founder of Paypal.

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Where ‘angel’ dares to tread

Venture capitalist Asha Jadeja Motwani, the wife of the late Stanford Professor Rajeev Motwani — a noted Indian American computer scientist who mentored Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin and helped design algorithms that currently power Google — has launched a fellowship enabling Indian entrepreneurs to network with entrepreneurs and seed investors in Silicon Valley and other tech hubs in the U.S.

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Maker Fest to Include Design, Art From Next Edition

Venture capitalist Asha Jadeja Motwani, the wife of the late Stanford Professor Rajeev Motwani — a noted Indian American computer scientist who mentored Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin and helped design algorithms that currently power Google — has launched a fellowship enabling Indian entrepreneurs to network with entrepreneurs and seed investors in Silicon Valley and other tech hubs in the U.S.

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Ms. Asha Jadeja Motwani & Ms. Radhika Shah

Ms. Asha Jadeja Motwani is an active philanthropist, tech investor and social impact investor who is focused on sustainability initiatives which yield social results in her investments.  She was one of the first women venture capitalists in Silicon Valley and was the Founder and Managing Director of Dot Edu Ventures along with her late husband Stanford Computer Science Professor, Rajeev Motwani.

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