As we move further into the digital age, the startup landscape in India is also seeing a significant shift. This is especially evident in the Information Technology, Consumer Electronics, Fintech, Health Care, and Food and Beverage sectors. Today, we will take a look at 12 promising startups that were founded in 2020, all of which have managed to make an indelible impression in their respective domains. What’s more, they’ve done this amidst a worldwide pandemic, which makes their successes all the more noteworthy.
All of these ventures were established on unique ideas that strived to deliver unmet needs in the market by leveraging the power of technology. From an AI email assistant to a cross-chain communication tool for blockchain ecosystems, these startups reflect the wide scope of innovations in the current business sphere. So, without further ado, let’s delve into the details of each of these startups and understand what makes them stand out.
It’s striking to note that despite the unique industry niches, these startups share a common trait – they aim to simplify and enhance the user experience through technological advancement. Now, let’s learn about these startups in detail.
Nothing is a consumer technology firm that creates digital technology to bridge the gap between people and technology. It has designed a suite of smart, connected consumer electronics, including a pair of wireless headphones. The company was co-founded in 2020 by Carl Pei and Akis Evangelidis and has its headquarters in London, England. You can find more about Nothing on their Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn pages.
BeReal is a mobile app with its base in Paris, France. More information about its founders Alexis Barreyat and the BeReal App team can be found on its LinkedIn page. Follow them on Twitter at @bereal_app.
Lavender is an AI-powered email assistant developed by founders Will Allred and William Ballance. This New York-based startup offers real-time AI-driven coaching, prospect research, and email confirmation services. Get to know more from them on their social platforms: Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
New School Foods, headquartered in Toronto, is on a mission to create plant-based seafood variants that offer the same taste, texture, and nutritional benefits as traditional seafood. Founder Chris Bryson leads this startup. Find out more about them on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Located in New York, Pearl Health, founded by Ankit Patel, Jeff De Flavio, and Michael Kopko in 2020, works to help primary care providers deliver more personalized, proactive care allowing them to invest in preventative healthcare. Their social handles include Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Bengaluru-based Velocity, founded by Abhiroop Medhekar, Atul Khichariya, and Saurav Swaroop in 2020, is providing revenue-based financing to online businesses in India. Connect with them on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Regie.ai, founded by Matt Millen and Srinath Sridhar, is a San Francisco-based startup that allows users to create high-quality sales and marketing content. It maintains a strong online presence on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Welcome Homes, founded by Alec Hartman, Ben Uretsky, Jesse Mauro, and Marc Hartman, aims to simplify the process of new home construction and purchase. Based in New York, they regularly post updates on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Butter, established by Vijay Menon in 2020, resolves payment failures through a payments intelligence platform powered by machine learning. They are based in San Francisco and can be reached on their social platforms: Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Axelar Network, co-founded by Sergey Gorbunov and Georgios Vlachos in Waterloo, Ontario, connects blockchain ecosystems, applications, and users throughinteroperability software. Stay updated with their work on Twitter and LinkedIn.
With their formidable resilience, relentless innovation, and an unwavering focus on enhancing the user experience, these startups stand testament to the tenacity of entrepreneurship spirit in these challenging times. With leaders such as these at the helm, the future of the startup ecosystem in India and globally looks bright indeed.