Top 260 Startups in India 2023

Fampay:

Established in 2019 by Kush Taneja and Sambhav Jain, FamPay enables minors to securely conduct both online (UPI & P2P) and offline transactions using their app and a card without requiring a traditional bank account. The neobank’s goal is to cultivate a financially literate generation in India, fostering an understanding of personal finance fundamentals and empowering them to make decisions aligned with their long-term interests.

Quizizz:

Quizizz is a Bengaluru startup that combines interactive games, customizable quizzes, and immediate feedback to turbocharge student learning. Students explore topics at their own pace, grasp concepts faster, and receive instant validation to keep them motivated. Teachers get a powerful platform to save time, create engaging lessons, and track student progress in real-time.

Briyani by kilo:

Established in 2015 by Kaushik Roy, Ritesh Sinha, and Vishal Jindal, this company is dedicated to the art of Biryani. Biryani By Kilo, true to its name, crafts authentic Biryani rich in aromas and flavors, specializing in delivery services. Renowned for its use of premium branded rice, carefully chosen spices from Kerala, and select meats, the brand ensures a culinary experience that delights the senses.

Farmart:

FarMart empowers agri-retailers to enhance farmer support and offer market access through the creation of a transparent and mutually beneficial alternative food value chain. The platform is pioneering the world’s first Operating System for food value chains, connecting Indian farmers with a global audience, ensuring transparency and financial rewards for both farmers and businesses.

Loconav:

From truck marketplace to fleet management powerhouse, LocoNav has come a long way since 2015. Founded by Shridhar Gupta and Vidit Jain, this startup began as BabaTrucks, connecting truck owners with customers. But their vision evolved, leading them to develop a comprehensive vehicle management platform that’s revolutionizing the industry.

Crofarm:

Crofarm leverages technology to establish a demand-driven, zero-waste supply chain, bridging the gap between farm and table with unparalleled freshness. Their mission is to ensure the highest quality agri-produce reaches consumers while achieving a perfect equilibrium between demand and supply.

Paysense:

Established in 2015, PaySense introduced an innovative personalized line of credit, functioning akin to a flexible personal loan. Eliminate the complexities associated with conventional application processes and experience immediate access to funds for both online and offline transactions—repayment facilitated through convenient EMI plans. Bid farewell to financial constraints and embrace a streamlined, on-the-go shopping experience

Vegrow:

Vegrow, a Bengaluru-based agritech startup, is transforming the lives of small farmers by aggregating their land into “asset-light farms.” This innovative model leverages technology to boost their net earnings throughout the farming cycle. From crop planning and quality inputs to adherence monitoring and finding the best buyers, Vegrow stands beside its partner farmers every step of the way, ensuring their success blossoms.

Skillmatics:

Skillmatics, founded by Dhvanil Sheth in Mumbai, brings education to life through playful, interactive products. From write-and-wipe activity mats to engaging games and STEM toys, their innovative tools transform learning into a joyful adventure for young children aged 3-9. Skillmatics believes play is the key to unlocking curiosity and building core skills, and their products are designed to do just that.

Loantap:

LoanTap, a Pune-based fintech startup founded in 2016, is revolutionizing the loan landscape for white-collar professionals. They ditch the one-size-fits-all approach, offering customized personal loans like EMI-free options, rental deposit loans, and holiday loans. Tailored to the needs of salaried professionals, LoanTap empowers them to achieve their financial goals with flexibility and ease.

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