Top 7 start-ups in India!

1) Faircent – Peer- to peer landing marketplace
    Founders-Rajat Gandh i& Vinay Mathews


Faircent began operations in 2014, helping customers to get cheaper loans. “From disbursing Rs 15-20 lakh loans a month, we are now disbursing Rs 1.5 crore a month. India’s shift to digital payments has put us in a sweet spot,” says Rajat Gandhi, the CEO of FairCent.
2) STAQU – AI-driven solutions for retailers
Founders: Atul Rai, Abhishek Sharma


An artificial intelligence (AI) driven solutions for e-commerce whose product can be integrated into the search technology of e-commerce companies.

3) Freshtohome – Online food delivery
 Founder: Shan Kadavil


An online fish and meat delivery service FreshToHome in Bengaluru in March 2016, has been doubling sales every three months
4) ID Foods –Packaged ready-to-cook idli/dosa batter, chappatis
Founder:  P C Musthafa, Samsudeen T K, Abdul Nazer, Jafar T K & Noushad T A


Bengalurians consume 1 crore idlis a day. In that fact P C Musthafa sees a daily opportunity of Rs 3 crore (at Rs 3 an idli).  I-D Fresh Foods with four of his cousins in 2006, delivering homemade batter in Bengaluru.  I-D’s revenues crossed Rs 100 crore last year.

5) Freshmenu- Online food delivery
Founder: Rashmi Daga

fresh menu

Fresh menu cooks and delivers food from its own kitchens in Bengaluru, Mumbai, New Delhi and Gurugram.The company was setup in 2014 and have company plans to increase its product catalogue as well as expand to Hyderabad and Pune.

6) Capital Float –Digital financing platform for SMEs
Founders:Gaurav Hinduja and Sashank Rishyasringa


Capital Float come up with innovative products such as ‘Pay Later’, which gives loans to retailers against data on PoS machines From Rs 150 crore loans disbursed in 2015, it disbursed Rs 1,000 crore in 2016. Capital Float tied up with 45 new players, including Amazon, Yatra and Ola.

7) UNBXD-Product discovery services for ecommerce companies

Founders: Pavan Sondur and Prashant Kumar

Unbxd works with 1,200 ecommerce companies in 40 countries, with almost 80% of its revenue comes from outside India. This Bengaluru-based company claims to have grown almost 10 times in 2016 and is looking to strengthen its hold in the North American market in 2017.

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