Top 10 Indian Innovative Startups of 2019

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Top 10 Indian Innovative Startups of 2019

There is no denying fact, that startup is the buzzword of the day. The last few years have witnessed the development of many startups around the world with India being no exception.

India has the world’s largest youth population of the world. As per Bloomberg News analysis, “India is likely to have the world’s largest workforce by 2027, with a billion people aged between 15 and 64.”

With the help of government of India’s various startup encouragement programs, Entrepreneurship is growing at a rapid rate in India. India has achieved the spot of third largest startup base in the world. As per Nasscom, “India will be home to 10,500 startups by 2020”.

The ideas behind many of these startups are unique.

Let’s explore some of the out of the box startup ideas in India.

1) Bolt

Bolt has come up with world’s first small mobile phone charger for motorbikes. Founded by Satyajeet Mohanty and Ronak Kumar Samatray, this product has enabled users to quickly charge their phones whilst riding as well as with the help of the Bolt Riders App they can track the entire ride, total distance covered, average speed, etc. They have also inbuilt a unique detachable design which prevents theft or any misuse of the device.

It has already become popular product on ecommerce platforms such as Flipkart and Amazon. It is achieving sales of about 350 units per month and are aiming to increase the strength of the dealers extensively in the coming months.

2) Chaayos

This startup explores India’s everlasting love for tea. They launched their first tea café on November 2012 and there has been no looking back since then. At present they have around 53 cafes operating in six cities. The startup plays well with the Indian taste buds with lip smacking snacks that we all prefer with tea.

Customer repeat rate adds a lot to their business. Who thought our age old chai can make so much money?

3) Urban Clap

UrbanClap has become India’s first online service platform. It operates in six cities and works on demand services. Earlier times, it was difficult to find reliable service providers for home, like carpenters and plumbers etc. But with Urban Clap this has come as a huge relief.

The sheer luxury of getting all the needed services with one click from your phone has made UrbanClap a huge success in the market. As per UrbanClap, their salon services got huge demand from the consumers.

4) Wow Momo

Who would have thought that momos can become such a huge hit? Started from Kolkata with a mere investment of Rs 30,000 by the founders, Sagar Daryani & Binod Kr. Homagai, Wow Momo has become the fastest growing food chain in India. They offer a variety of momos and other Tibetan dishes. Wow Momo is operating in cities Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi, Noida and Pune.

5) Passiton

This startup is unique in its offerings and in India’s first free stuff website. It helps you to donate your unwanted items like, books, clothes, furniture, electronic gadgets to needy people and organizations using them as a platform. Their purpose is to provide an online platform to the general public to connect with the needy and make donation an easy process.

6) TrulyMadly Matchmakers Pvt Ltd

This startup has successfully built an online platform for the Indian millennials to meet new people. They have developed a compatibility matching algorithm that shortlists highly compatible matches and makes it easier for them to meet each other. It uses trust built score to verify its users. We all know how finding the right ‘one’ is always in our priority list. Hence, this startup made use of this and became widely popular with a huge number of users.

7) CashKaro.com

Cashkaro.com is an app that provides its users up to 50% cashback on their online shopping in over 1000 websites when they shop via CashKaro.com. The cashback is paid to the user’s bank account in real cash.

As we do most of our shopping via online these days hence, availing an offer from sites like CashKaro.com is very attractive indeed. CashKaro.com has seen huge success with around 7000 transactions per day and over 10 lakh members. They have around 50 lakh page views per month.

8) Inshorts

An online platform for news, Inshorts offers selected news stories of the day in 60 words across 10 news categories. Its primary agenda is to keep users informed on news around various topics like politics, business, sports etc. The startup now primarily offers news in English and also in Hindi.

Available in IOS and Apple, Inshorts is a huge success among its users.

9) NestAway

This startup gives respite to the ever moving young generation of the country. Migrating from hometown to other cities for prospective employment opportunities is a common thing today. However, getting a proper accommodation is a hassle. Especially for bachelors who want to find a decent accommodation without spending too much money.

NestAway offers furnished homes available for rent without you having to run after brokers or convince the landlord regarding your character so that they take you in as their tenant. NestAway offers everything from finding, to move in at the house via their app. The same applies for move out.

10) EduKart

This startup provides a platform to the students to look for any courses online and gets them to enroll in degree, diploma, certificate and entrance coaching courses. It helps students in their education. Edukart plans to add more courses and course providers in its portfolio and has become a popular online education provider in the country.

With this, we end our list of 10 innovative startups in India. You can also get your startup’s name added to this list. Innovate and grow!

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