What advice you would have for entrepreneurs to pitch to rebright partners both from an intro stage and how to navigate it further meetings? Yeah, I think one of the key things is just having a very crisp initial pitch. I prefer if Founders reach out to me over email first just a very short either in pitch deck or a couple of line email with a clear understanding of what product what market? What is your differentiation or your kpis? That would be something for that would stand out if you come through a referral through one for portfolio companies or are other co-investors even better that always is easier to kind of meat in through a referral and one of the things that you know, we obviously tell potential portfolio companies is that we bring access to the Japanese market, right? So if there is a business that you're building where that is of importance to you, let's say in the auto sector or healthcare or you know software enterprise software then obviously there is a clear strategic fit that we can see and that will help us sort of enable. The investment decision faster will see entrepreneurs make mistakes while pitching to investors or specifically to you. I think one of the key things is where if the problems are not well defined you have either a too broad and sort of a product. That is at what is sometimes called boiling the ocean right? You're trying to do too many things at the same time, which almost seems unfeasible for an early stage company. I mean, it's great to have strong visions of disrupting a market, but also Have a realistic go to market in realistic execution path to it at the same time. If it's too Niche or if it's too specific, sometimes it's not, you know, it's difficult to justify it from a venture skill standpoint, right? So it may be great as a when as an independent business, but maybe not viable is a venture fundable business. So I think just keeping These two extremes in mind and putting a very clear differentiation of the product in the market. I think a lot of times I see that Founders have not done enough homework in terms of competition or dubs of market challenges. And what I really like is a Founders are able to to educate me about their markets right where they have thought through a lot of the challenges in players. Are already in place, I think that gives us a lot of confidence that there is a lot of depth in their understanding of the problems in that space. So coming on to your ideal co-investors, which you mention about who you generally co-invest with. Yeah, we've done quite a few coinvestments in time. In fact, the first one of the first Investments that we did was a company called in shorts, which is a digital media news reading app being coinvested with the tiger global, you know, and the companies worked out pretty well have have scale significantly. You made an investment in a chip design startup called Alpha ICS, which was a co-investment with India Partners formed out of a hyderabad Satish Chandra was the managing partner is coinvestor in that we recently invested in I bow note which I mentioned earlier. We have meantera. It's a social impact bond as our co-investment partner. So as you can notice that you know, we've in The type of Industry that we work with and especially the focus areas that we have which are quite varied. There are different investor partners for different types of investments from consumer tech to deep tech to you know, impact-oriented companies as well. So we flexible to work with all manner of investors here in India. If you like to share some of the anti portfolio companies of yours, which you missed investing. Today they have become big that's a difficult question to answer. There are always a few companies that you wish you had sort of access to there was a fin tech company. They haven't really achieved a big scale yet, but I was pretty excited about what they were building in, you know, we couldn't go through with the investment at right time that's called Namaste credit think we could have done that and how many investment you usually do in a year time. We typically would invest in let's say a three to four companies per year for the year 2020. The focus is more logistics. I would say mobility as a sector, right? So we've already done an investment in one investment logistics. We made one more later on but Mobility covers connected car platforms or electric vehicle platforms or shared economy. And so that is one of our focus areas. And of course deep Tech be looking at a few companies in deep tech. So coming on to a more personal side of yours. What's your daily routine? Like it varies quite a bit, you know some days are quite hectic with lots of meetings and travel both. With the internal portfolio and another sort of companies, you know that we are evaluating some days are a bit more relaxed where I like to not schedule meetings and spend time doing research about a specific Market or reading a long-form sort of news article to get an in-depth understanding of a company or a space. Spend time with the team to have more internal discussions about new developments in the portfolio or so it varies. I think that that's in fact, that's one of the things that I like about being an investor that my routine on a daily basis is something that I can decide on my own and gives me the flexibility to set my own schedule.