India’s startup ecosystem is booming, and the pandemic of these high-rise start-ups technology accelerates the transformation of global digitization.
Indian Startup of 2021
It is an online delivery platform which promises super fast delivery throughout the day. Dunzo provides services in Bangalore, Pune and five other states.
The company Udaan is the largest B2B e-commerce platform in India. However, Udaan is for small businesses, and provides market-trends, B2B functions, different product categories and network facilities.
Firstly, after raising $150 million through UBS, this startup is the most valuable startup in India and recently made headlines. Moreover, it is India’s largest educational technology platform, providing a first-rate learning experience for K12 students.
Most importantly it is one of the largest consumer loan fintech companies in India. However, Zest Money was launched in 2015 and enables non-credit card customers to pay online and offline stores with affordable EMI.
Firstly, Agnikul is an Indian aerospace manufacturing start-up company founded in 2017 and headquartered in Chennai. However, according to the company, its goal is to provide affordable space in India.
Cure.Fit is based in Bangalore and established in 2016.Moreover it provides a mobile app that offers a holistic approach to physical, mental and fitness.
Firstly, India’s first full-stack financial solutions provider, Razorpay focuses on digital payment needs. Razorpay offers comprehensive business solutions based on modern technology stacks.
Qure.ai provides diagnostics by leveraging artificial-intelligence and deep learning technology. Moreover, they aim to detect and diagnose medical conditions from images through digitally connected devices.
CropIn is located in Bangalore and is an AIled Agtech platform. Moreover, this startup promises to provide future-oriented agricultural solutions and data management solutions.
This Bangalore-based tech is one of a kind in startups and is a data tagging platform. Lastly, Playment works with more than 200 machine learning teams from well-known companies.