These Are The Top 10 Indian Startups According To LinkedIn [2020]

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LinkedIn has revealed the list of top 10 Indian startups in 2020. This year these startups stood strong even in a tough time.

Edtech takes a good share of the list and we can say it has a better scope to grow in these times.

LinkedIn has made this list keeping in mind the four things: employee growth, jobseeker interest, member engagement with the company, and employees.

None of these startups are founded in 2020. For eligibility, companies had to be at max 7 years old. And should have at least 50 employees with privately held in India.

Top 10 Indian Startups

1. upGrad

upGrad is an Edutech startup founded in 2015 with the headcount of 1233. Its headquarter is in Mumbai. The most significant thing about upGrad is it has partnered with the local universities to offer the courses.

2. Cred

Just 2 years old Cred has its headquarter in Bengaluru. It has headcount of 288. It is a credit card reward platform. During this year, it introduced new products for solving the liquidity issues within the weeks of the pandemic.

3. Unschool

Another Edutech startup in the list. Headquartered in Hyderabad, Unschool is founded in 2019 and has headcount 125. According to the article, paid subscribers and revenues have risen by up to 10 times since February.

4. Unacademy

Founded in 2015, Unacademy has the largest headcount among all the startups in the list. It has 1500 headcount, and it’s headquartered in Bengaluru. It is a $1 billion valued startup. From the start of the pandemic, it has seen 100% increase in its subscriber base.

5. Whatfix

Whatfix was founded in 2014 in Bengaluru. It has 350 employees. This year, Whatflix raised over $32 million in series C funding.

6. Razorpay

Founded in 2013 at Bengaluru, Razorpay has 796 headcount. It is a payments platform as the name suggests. Razorpay has seen 50% month on month increase in the demands.

7. Zigram

With less than 100 people, Zigram is doubling the engineering and product development. It was founded in 2018.

8. Yellow Messenger

Founded in 2016, headquartered in Bengaluru, the yellow messenger has a headcount of 310. It offers automation across platforms like WhatsApp and Google Assistant. Raised $20 million in Series B funding.

9. Pee Safe

As the name suggests, it is a health and wellness startup. With 150 headcount, it has its headquarter in Gurugram. It was founded in 2017. It has seen a growth in the online sales of its offerings (sanitizers, masks, surface protectants) from the start of the pandemic.

10. Urban Company

Urban Company was founded in 2014 at Gurugram. It has a headcount of 1300. Before pandemic, it had a strong growth in terms of revenues and it has bounced back in no time.

You can read about these Top 10 Indian Startups, list by LinkedIn, here.

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