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5 Indian Unicorn Companies That Are Disrupting the Market

Hey Guys, Welcome to FactsMinister. Today we will show you top five Indian unicorn companies that are disrupting the Indian market.

Did you know that India has more than 18,000 startups? Yes, you read that right! And all these startups are making waves across the globe. So much so that India has become the 3rd most popular startup destination after the US and UK. Let’s take a look at 5 of the most disruptive Indian unicorn companies that are shaping the future of e-commerce, travel and logistics, food tech, etc., in India and abroad

1) InMobi

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InMobi is a mobile advertising platform based in Bengaluru that assists in optimising the ranks of advertisements available on mobile phones. InMobi was founded in January 2007 and was India’s first unicorn startup, serving as a torchbearer for the subsequent unicorn league of Indian startups. Glance, an InMobi subsidiary, will also become a unicorn in 2020.

2) Flipkart

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If you haven’t heard of Flipkart, chances are you aren’t in India. One of India’s top e-commerce giants, Flipkart operates a wide range of consumer and electronics products on its platform. Founded in 2007 by Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal , Flipkart has raised over $1 billion in funding from investors such as Tiger Global Management, Naspers and Accel Partners. In 2013, Amazon reportedly offered to buy Flipkart for $800 million but was turned down by Sachin Bansal—now one of India’s youngest billionaires.

3) BharatPe

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BharatPe is a digital payments app, merchant aggregator, and payments platform based in India that promotes digital payments via QR and POS. It is not a government entity, but rather a private limited company known as Resilient Innovations Private Limited. The company, headquartered in New Delhi, India.

4) Zomato

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Deepinder Goyal and Pankaj Chaddah founded Zomato, an Indian multinational restaurant aggregator and food delivery service, in 2008. Zomato offers restaurant information, menus, and user reviews, as well as food delivery options from partner restaurants in select cities.

5) Zerodha 

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Zerodha is a based online brokerage aap. Their main focus is betting which means that users can buy options, take positions in stocks and commodities, place stop losses and place limit orders. They have a wide variety of investment options as well as plenty of educational material for novice investors. As such, Zerodha is one of our top picks for people who are new to financial markets but want to learn more about them at their own pace.

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