Ashish Wadhwani

Managing Partner

Ashish Wadhwani is the Managing Partner at IvyCap Ventures. He has over 25 years of experience in Venture Capital, M&A, and Strategy Consulting. IvyCap is a Venture Capital fund built around the alumni of premier institutions in India and manages about 125m USD of Capital.

During his career, Ashish has led and managed investments of over USD 400m and also a NASDAQ listing. In addition, he has also worked on about 15 M&A transactions. Ashish has worked with companies across the investment lifecycle, from incubation to exit. He advised over 40 companies on business strategy, and growth, and implementing new business models, mergers, and acquisitions across Asia, India, and Europe. He sits on the board of several privately held companies in India and Asia.

Ashish has also founded and run his ventures and is a member of the board of several companies across the APAC region. He is also currently serving as a board member of TiE Singapore. Ashish was a strategy consultant with Roland Berger, Monitor Group, and Deloitte. Ashish was also part of Tata Industries, the holding company of the Tata group. His expertise is across Technology, Energy, and Manufacturing verticals.

Ashish is a regular speaker and author on thought leadership topics. He holds a postgraduate diploma in management from IIM Ahmedabad and a B.Tech. degree from IIT Delhi. Ashish was born in Jamshedpur, India, and has been living in Singapore and working across Asia since 2000.

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Technology is transforming the way we live, work, eat, save, spend, study, remain healthy and entertain ourselves. New age companies in India are emerging as pioneers in this transformation. I am really excited to undertake the journey in partnership with some of the most passionate and sharpest minds, working on innovative ideas using cutting edge technology to build some of the world beating companies and then to share the fruits of those outcomes to drive more such transformation."