Founded in 2014 by Anirudh Gupta and Michael Lyngdoh, Tripoto is social travel platform to share and discover travel experiences, stories, Itineraries, blogs, travel guides, hotels and resorts. It is looking to expand its user base and monetise the travel itineraries posted by real travellers this year.The startup has funding from IDG Ventures, Outbox Ventures, 500 Startups, Snapdeal founders Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal, among others.
Started by Stanford University alumnus Riddhi Mittal and IIT-Delhi alumnus Abhishek Garg in October 2015, Finomena uses algorithms to assess the creditworthiness of young working professionals, who would be denied loans from NBFCs and banks, to helps them get micro loans for consumer electronics to pursue their dreams. Finomena claims to be the only fintech company that has got 100,000 app downloads on Playstore in nine months.
Formed in 2013, deAsra s a brainchild of Mr Anand Deshpande. deAsra is a not-for-profit organization committed to helping small business entrepreneurs launch, run and grow their enterprise profitably. It supports entrepreneurship and minimize the risks that entrepreneurs face every step of the way, with a vision of helping to create 25,000 new businesses and 100000 new jobs by the end of 2020.
Fresh To Home
Founded by Shan Kadavil in june 2016, FreshToHome is India's first e-commerce venture for fresh, chemical-free seafood and meat. It has been doubling sales every three months and is looking to expand to 20 cities in 2017. It has more than 80,000 customers in Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram, Bengaluru, Mysore and Delhi. It has achieved the fastest zero to $5 million revenue in the e-commerce sector in India.
Founded by Tushar Vashisht, Mathew Cherian & Sachin Shenoy in 2012, HealthifyMe recently crossed a million downloads in app stores, the second healthcare app to touch this figure after Practo and it is growing at the rate of 25% month on month. It helps users identify the calorie value of Indian foods. The Bengaluru-based company raised $7 million in funding in 2016 and was featured as one of the best apps on the Playstore.
Founded by Atul Rai and Abhishek Sharma in 2015, Staqu provides artificial intelligence (AI) driven solutions for e-commerce. Company helps users search for products using images rather than words. Its product can be integrated into the search technology of e-commerce companies. The Gurugram-based company raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Indian Angel Network in June.