Peaceful Progress is a SEBI Registered (AIF CAT -1) Angel Fund, investing in Early-stage Technology-led and Consumer businesses. We invest in visionary entrepreneurs and world-class ideas that dare to disrupt the status quo and go beyond the mundane.
Come partner with us on your quest to achieve greatness.
Chandrashekar Kupperi is a General Partner at Peaceful Progress.
He has two decades of experience in renowned multinationals across diversified sectors and is well acquainted with the M&A space – having led/ been part of over 11 acquisitions and 4 divestments. He has worked with ExxonMobil, KPMG, and Yardley of London.
Shekar who is keenly engaged with the Startup ecosystem, is also an active angel investor and has made investments in more than 30 startups across segments, both in India and abroad. He is a Chartered Accountant, Cost Accountant, and a Company Secretary by qualification.
Kamal Agarwal is a General Partner at Peaceful Progress.
He is a dynamic, detail-oriented professional with experience spanning over 18 years in the FMCG space.
He is an expert with the consumer segment having worked for multinationals such as ITC Limited, Cadbury and Ferrero. Currently he manages a Chocolates and Confectionery startup.
He is a Chartered Accountant by qualification.
Sitaraman Parthasarathy is a General Partner at Peaceful Progress.
Sitaraman is a Mechanical Engineer and technocrat turned entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in the Middle East market at various positions.
He is the Co-Founder of ImageGrafix Engineering Services group of companies in India, which was established in 2006. The group offers Engineering & Technology Services and is the ‘Exclusive’ partner of Hexagon, Dimensional Solutions, Applied Flow Technology, Future Network Development, Bricsys. Under his leadership the group has grown significantly.
We source founder-led, early-stage start-ups with enormous growth potential...
We invest in technology-enabled startups in emerging sectors such as AI, ML, IoT, VR, MR, non-tech start-ups in the FMCG segment as well as other new-age disruptors.
... seizing new trends to transform these high potential brands into sector leaders