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Little Eye Labs deal a big positive for Indian startups' - GSF's Sawhney

Just days after the news of Facebook acquiring Bangalore-based Little Eye Labs created plenty of buzzes, analysts across the nation are predicting that this might just signal the start of the West taking a serious interest in India. While the team at Little Eye Labs is all set to move to Menlo Park to work with the mobile division of Facebook, what is interesting to look at is the manner in which they were noticed, first within the Indian ecosystem, and eventually by the social-networking giant.

Rajesh Sawhney, founder GSF Accelerator, one of the investors in the startup, says, "For us, personally, the reason why we chose to invest in Little Eye Labs is that of two things. One the team was made up of seasoned industry veterans and second, they have a driving vision of clarity. They knew what they were getting into and they also knew the road they were going to take, to get there."

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