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When we started to draw up this year's Hot Startups list, the thought was to find At the recent Nasscom Product conclave in Bangalore, about 45 minutes seen that where a startup ecosystem kick-starts, successful business models Most companies in the healthcare space are tackling large problems. See our list of the most promising app startups in India. Last year, out of the top 20 startup ecosystems in the world, Bangalore saw the most. The very first place in the list of Bangalore startups is for the team who are Ather want to change the perspective about electric vehicles by.
Bangalore Mobile health startup Grow Fit offers a chat-based coaching programme to help Indians improve their physical and mental health. Grow Fit is backed by entrepreneurship platform GrowthStory and recently bought nutritional beverages startup Drink King.
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The Bangalore-based startup says the deal will help expand its services to include customised diet plans and healthy meal replacements. Grow Fit boasts over million users. Bangalore Period tracking app Maya previously LoveCycles was built in India and has millions of users worldwide.
Maya is taking advantage of increased smartphone use in remote parts of India to help women better manage their menstrual health.
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Bala also founded Snapfish, which was later sold to Hewlett Packard. Bangalore headquarters MagicX is an artificial intelligence AI app that helps users carry out day-to-day tasks, such as bill payments and grocery shopping, via chat. The app is currently available in English, Hindi and Kannada, with eight more languages coming soon.
It connects actors, models, singers, dancers and photographers with TV channels, producers, agencies, fashion designers and production houses. A year on, the startup partnered with reality show The Voice India to power mobile auditions through the app.
Delhi and Mumbai Summary Young entrepreneurs benefit greatly from incubators and good mentorships. The number of Indian startup initiatives launched over the past 12 months is sure to boost its ecosystem.6 INDIAN INNOVATIVE STARTUPS
Jan 03, Ankita Mehrotra At the recent Nasscom Product conclave in Bangalore, about 45 minutes were spent discussing,"Is the Indian startup ecosystem disruptive enough? The session, which had the likes of Google's Rajan Anandan; Infosys Co-founder, Kris Gopalakrishnan; Kalaari's Vani Kola and Blume Venture's Sanjay Nath, concluded that disruption in the Indian context is about solving unsolved problems, with a dose of either scale or new technology, in fact, even both.
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Terming Indian startups as "copycats" would be grossly unfair, the panel concluded. And we at ETRise concur with that thought. We may be critical and cynical, but there are a lot of exciting things happening all around us.
Historically, across the world, it is seen that where a startup ecosystem kick-starts, successful business models are copied first, and, then, everything else catches on. India seems to be no different. When we started to draw up this year's Hot Startups list, the thought was to find not only those innovations that may have missed the media attention, but were so different and compelling enough for a story to be told.
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The 50 stories that we will feature here are not a ranking, in any order. The stories have been picked by us and the only parameter on which they have been judged are their innovation and disruption quotients.
Explara helps smoothly organize events with online event presence, event promotion, payment processing, sales management and event logistics. Launched inpivoted in and rebranded inExplara. InExplara powered events from 21 countries. Pocket Pill — Pharmacy App Pocket Pill is a healthcare startup focused on solving the problem of medication non-adherence in early stage chronic patients.
The only healthcare platform bringing medical community and patients together to improve patient care.
Fabulyst is the answer to the question: Nexhop Nexhop is a Technology Startup supporting Offline stores. Everyone loves shopping, but you always miss out trust factor while shopping.
Nexhop supports the retail stores and builds an ecosystem exclusively for showcasing their inventory in an unbiased and neutral environment without any vested interest of online warehouses and wholesale dealers. Zerodha Zerodha is an Indian financial services company that offers offers retail and institutional broking, distribution, and trading services.