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Dr. Ritesh Malik

Dr. Ritesh Malik

Dr Ritesh Malik is an Indian doctor, entrepreneur and investor. He runs a virtual Startup Accelerator in India, currently investing in and mentoring 20+ startups across various industries. He was the first investor & mentor of Fin Robotics, which became the first Indian hardware product company to raise a Series a venture funding.

Dr.Ritesh Malik
BornNew Delhi
OrganizationProject Guerrilla, Innov8 Coworking
Home townNew Delhi
Height"167 cm"
Weight"70 kg"
  • Dr. Ravi Malik (father)
  • Dr. Renu Kohli Malik (mother)

Early life

He was born on June 14, 1989, in New Delhi and was raised in a middle class family. His father is a Paediatrician and mother is a Gynaecologist. He has a sibling.


Ritesh was listed in the "Forbes 30 Under 30 Finance & Venture Capital List - Asia" in 2016. [1]


In 2015 Ritesh plans to launch his latest funding venture, ‘Project Guerrilla’, his vision for a premiere India based accelerator & incubation centre.

He is on a mission to make India the next BIG entrepreneurial hub of the world.

His journey till now has been very exciting.

In January 2012 he cofounded a technology company, Adstuck Consulting that sold off its flagship product (Alive App) to the Times of India. [2] He is leading an angel fund, Guerrilla Ventures that has invested in over 20 companies mostly in the hardware space e.g. Fin, Sectorqube, Exploride, WooStays, Comet Core, Flip Technologies, Wigzo, Mashinga etc. Since 2014 he cofounded Harvin Academy, Thinkpot, and Innov8 Coworking. [3] Innov8 is a Single Point Power Focus space for Startup Activities. Ritesh believe that nurturing startups would bring a lot of value to this ambitious project. On the same path, Innov8 is a journey of Transformation of India into a Product Nation.


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