The Indian startup ecosystem is set to reach for the stars in 2021, with novel ideas, innovation and technology coming to the forefront. Despite the challenges thrown by the pandemic, we’ve seen a surge of startups incorporated over the past year. These companies, each in their own unique way, are leveraging technology to disrupt the traditional norms in their respective industries. Here is a snapshot of some young startups that have made their mark in 2020.
By showcasing these startups, we hope to inspire budding entrepreneurs with their vision and growth stories. You’ll notice a wide diversity – from consumer tech companies to financial services. This diversity is a testament to the multitude of problems waiting to be solved. So let’s get started and look at some promising startups of this year.
Please note that the introduction of these startups does not suggest an endorsement. Instead, it is intended to create awareness about the goods, products and services being created and offered by these startups. The information contained in this article is intended for general informational purposes only, and should not be construed as an endorsement or advice from Beststartup India.
Nothing is a London-based consumer tech company that develops digital technology to connect products and services. Co-founded in 2020 by Carl Pei and Akis Evangelidis, the company aims to eliminate barriers between people and technology. It has launched a suite of smart, connected consumer electronics keeping in mind passion and trust in the field of consumer technology.
Based in Paris, France, BeReal operates in the Apps, Mobile Apps, Photo Sharing, Social Media, and Software industry. Founded by Alexis Barreyat, it offers a unique social media experience.
Lavender is an AI email assistant founded by Will Allred and William Ballance. It combines AI-driven coaching, prospect research, email confirmation, spam checking ability, and much more, assisting in making emails more effective.
New School Foods, co-founded by Chris Bryson, is a food and beverage startup that creates plant-based seafood with real texture, flavor, and nutritional benefits.
Pearl Health is a health-tech startup founded by Ankit Patel, Jeff De Flavio, and Michael Kopko. It visualizes, understands, and helps care for patients by employing data science.
Velocity, co-founded by Abhiroop Medhekar, Atul Khichariya, and Saurav Swaroop, offers revenue-based financing to online businesses in India.
Fondo, launched by founder David J. Phillips, is an organization that assists with bookkeeping and provides founders with valuable resources.
Regie.ai, founded by Matt Millen and Srinath Sridhar, is a GPT-3 powered SaaS platform allowing users to generate effective sales and marketing content.
Welcome Homes, co-founded by Alec Hartman, Ben Uretsky, Jesse Mauro, and Marc Hartman, simplifies the home building process with its online platform.
Butter, founded by Vijay Menon, provides a Payments Intelligence platform to assist businesses in resolving payment failures.
Co-founded by Sergey Gorbunov and Georgios Vlachos, Axelar Network is developing interoperability software to connect blockchain ecosystems, applications, and users.