Start Ups


“By 2025, the number of Startups in India is expected to cross 100K, creating more than 3.25 Million jobs in the process. At the same time, the total funding in Indian Startups is likely to increase to over $150 Billion and with the total value creation exceeding $500 Billion.”….Inc42 report

While the first decade of the 21st century was all about bringing India’s cities and metros online, the past ten years have been about using the internet to create businesses and startups and take the digital torch to Tier 2, 3 markets and rural India. India is today home to the world’s largest working population and startups are expected to take full advantage of this in the next five years.

After steady growth in 2018 and 2019, in 2020 too, the Indian Startup ecosystem was expected to remain stable in terms of funding and investor interest, but the pandemic has changed the game completely. With the funding winter coming in early, there’s a bigger focus on sustainability, which is also expected to play a part in the number of funding deals.

Nevertheless, there are several positives still in the Indian market to give us hope about the future of Startups. Growing from a nascent stage to a flourishing ecosystem to the current stage of maturity and stability, Indian Startups have some of the best market conditions to take advantage of with digital products and services adoption at an all-time high. Once the medium and long-term pandemic impact subsides, there’s no stopping Indian Startups.

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