What are the three of your recent investments which you are very excited about and why? So I think it's important to keep in mind that I am excited about every company that I invest in, right.. that I've invested in. I invest in them because I'm very excited about them. That being said I think look, you know, I'm Maybe not.. maybe less about most excited about but maybe I'll tell you about some companies that are very different that are doing very interesting things, Right. So I invested last year actually in a company called Jin robotics. This is startup from Kerala they're actually building robots that clean man holds, right? So India has about 4 million scavengers and they have to actually go into these manholes and clean them and because of that they, you know, most of them really unfortunately don't live beyond the age of 32 33. So what these are very young founders from Kerala have done is they built a robot that they call Bandicoot which is an assisted robot where they can train now the work.. the person who used to be the scavenger, to be a robot operator and these robot then you know, it basically kind of goes into the.. goes into the manhole All in starts cleaning all the switch so you can imagine they've already sold a large number of robots in the state of Kerala. And now they're in Chennai there in Hyderabad are actually now in discussions with a couple of couple of states in the in the north, right? So this is really applying Ai and Robotics. And by the way, the robot the really the way it can actually clean the manhole inside is using computer vision, right? So so that's a really great example of a solve for India type problem. Right? And there's no question. This company is going to become very very large another one. That's a very interesting again is using You know computer vision is a company called an ion in a YN giant thews. The founder is a PhD in Ai and Robotics winter. Georgia Tech is come back and he's come back with a mission to make the world's roads safer. Right? So what they're doing is basically using really ugc. Right? So you should actually if you haven't you should download this app called Nyan and try it out. So what 9 does is you can just download this app. You open it up you put your smart phone on your dash and it starts recording real time all the traffic violations that are going on in front of you and you'd be Shot how many traffic violations there are right if you have this thing open for 30 minutes, you'll catch like 45 traffic violations. So what they want to do is essentially partner with police departments partner with States and so on and so forth. So today, you know, there's limited data points, right? So you have these Radars you have police cars that actually have some equipment but really you can't have thousands of them. Right? So theoretically this can become an approach to get you know, it's a 10 million 15 million 20 million users around the world who become real time captures of data. And then that data is processed using computer vision to actually identify traffic violation. So so that's really really interesting. There are actually interestingly their first big client. It's a B2B business, right B2B b2c business really is actually this is in Dubai. So in fact that all team is now in Dubai they working with the Dubai Police. Oh, that's actually I think a super interesting super interesting company and a third one. I would say is a company called clinic clinic is manglobe a startup that is focused on health care. If you look at India, you know, they're about a hundred and twenty-five million Indians around the private. Private health care insurance. Ayushman barthez. Let's say the 500 million who are sort of the 700 million to 1.3 billion Bridge. So essentially we have about 500 to 600 million Indians that have no health insurance, right? And as we know I mean health insurance is actually the single biggest driver that can take you from not being in poverty to being in poverty. So what they've done is they've created a very interesting offering where they create a monthly pay as you go very very affordable health insurance plan combined with call a doctor anytime you want as well as give you massive discounts with diagnostic Pharmaceuticals Etc to actually have a subscription based program and you'd be surprised. They actually have 30,000 30,000 paying subscribers today and it's growing like crazy. So these would be three examples there from three different Industries. But but you know, what's interesting about all three of these companies is they are truly unique right there unique in in terms of how they applying technology. They're unique in terms of their business model and most importantly they're addressing a very peculiar pain. Point in India and the in you know, the second one with my and I mean, the reality is nobody follows the traffic laws here you angel investor come very early in spaces. For example, when Rapido was raising the age of around nobody believed in the concept of shared two wheelers and similarly, I think earliest angel investor in SAS. What are the segment's you are now focused on as an angel investor. Yeah. So look, you know, I've been investing in SAS for a very long time, right? So so, you know, I moved to India in 2000 from the u.s. In 2005 2006 join the Indian Angel Network. I did one investment that year that was actually consumer internet company at that point, which actually eventually became a SAS company. So about half my portfolio is SASS and I would say that is a constant theme right because my view is India is going to create thousands of SAS companies. Obviously, you know quite a number of them will become very very large, but we can build your hundreds of companies that are worth a hundred million dollars each in this a space. So so that has been a constant theme. Moby's, you know my the themes that I look for within SAS change vertical sasabe investing in for a very long time with its capillary Innovative companies like that. So that's been a big theme and then on the consumer side, I would say, you know, my themes have changed right I try to get into a space very early. I make a whole bunch of bets and then I move on so for instance, I was investing in digital content about four or five years ago, right? So pop XO Miss Malini little black book or watch other companies, but then I stopped right? I'm A diversity in my up Char, which is probably one of the most interesting Healthcare startups Healthcare context or UPS in India about maybe two and a half three to two or three years ago, but I haven't really invest in that so so so I tend to get into a space early because I have a set of hypotheses and then I'll make a bunch of Investments. I was very early investor in fintech did quite a number of investments in fintech and then I just basically moved on to two so it tends to be very very very very thematic and then, you know outside of tech. I bet, you know, very selective Investments more as a learning Investments, right? So So I made a few investments in life sciences and health care as a way to kind of learn learn a new space. So I would say there's sort of the the main meal if you will which is SAS and then there are consumer internet teams that sort of change over a period of time. But all that being said look at the end of the day the the bet that I'm making is less about the space obviously space is important is really about the founding team. I mean, I'm at the end of the day. The reason I invested in Rapido was you know, the thesis around two-wheelers was very very interesting and if it worked it could be a large business but it was the fact that our oven then is team physix Flipkart Founders just seemed like super ambitious very very Focus leaders who are going to go out and build a big business. So and that's been the case with every single company that I mean. I'm I'm making a bet on a founding team. So what are the two thesis is or two Focus areas you have for 2019-20. No, I would say look. I think you know SAS is a space that we'll continue to see lots of lots of lots of lots of action, right? You don't you look at companies today, they're able to go from you know, zero two million dollars in revenue from India in less than 12 months. I mean if you ask me 10 years ago when Drew Bob went over started you don't have a single penny of revenue from India, right? So I think lots of things are changing in Sash and I think that's you know, I'll continue to be quite bullish about that. It's interesting, you know this year all of tigers Investments have been almost all of tigers Investments have been in this a space which is quite interesting but on the consumer side, look, I think there's a lot of white space in as I said Mobility. I has a lot of look every space actually has a lot of opportunity, right because the reality is we have a billion Indians who haven't come online yet. Right only, you know one 1 billion Indians almost were not on the internet yet and each of them, you know, and we have massive unmet needs, right? So you get a space like education. I think India could have 10 unicorns in the education space today. We have one called by juice. I think we're going to see many more companies in the education space simply because there's a massive massive need I think fintech payments has been played out, but just as we thought payments has Bleed out with UPI therapy comes along and then boom right? It's an extraordinary success by focusing on Merchants, right? So in all these spaces where we seem to think that you know, they're getting crowded, you know, all of a sudden you see a player but India has a 300 billion dollar SME credit cap, right? So I think we're going to see lots of action with their semi credit on the consumer lending side Healthcare, I think has massive amounts of white space. I think the first we've had one or two waves of it, you know companies like practical and then companies like the pharmacies like Elkhart and so on but I think It's still very very early and we're going to see lots of very interesting companies come up in healthcare. And then you look at spaces like a Gris right? I think there's now a bit of discussion on agree. I've got, you know a company called ProForm that I invested in which actually does Farm to retailer scaling very very nicely right and and these are like, you know businesses that have very clear pain Point. You're not trying to figure out what problem are you solving the problem is super super clear. So now the question is can you develop a solution and then execute it superbly right. So I think angry is going to be Very interesting. So as I look around, you know, I think every every industry has has a lot of white space. The question is, you know, can you put the right team together does the founding team have very deep insight about what they're really trying to solve can they go can they start going at it and then, you know pivot iterate morph and then execute like