LinkedIn, the most popular social network dedicated to professionals in India has released a list that shows the most attractive startups in India to work in. This list has been made after studying billions of actions taken by over 50 million professionals on LinkedIn in India.
The factors included in this ranking system are- employment growth, engagement, job interest, and attraction of top talent combined. Companies from all the major industries such as tech, health, logistics, hospitality have got a place in this list. Such reports help you to get an idea of world’s third-largest startup ecosystem- India.
“Professionals turn to LinkedIn for news, views, and insights to stay informed, to hire, or to get hired. LinkedIn’s unique data helps us identify the top trends that drive India’s young economy – why these are the most preferred places to work for professionals today and how their innovative business ideas are changing the way we live,”
said Adith Charlie, India Editor, LinkedIn.
Without making you wait for more, let’s have a look at the list.
OYO has a global headcount of 4,700 and is currently on a roll. Headquartered in Gurugram, is is already India’s largest hotel network with more than 100,000 rooms in 230 cities.
Cure.Fit has just raised $120 million from existing investors and has four offerings: no-equipment gyms, health food, yoga and meditation centres, and primary care.
Dunzo is Google’s first direct startup investment in India and is providing everything from buying groceries to picking up laundry and arranging last-minute gifts in Bengaluru.
Rivigo has recently attained near-unicorn status after it raised $50 million at a valuation of $945 million. With a global headcount of 3,700. it works on unique driver relay model that reduces time.
Digit Insurance is working to simplify the process of getting an insurance in India. It explains every insurance product to customers in a 2-page document.
What started as a Tumblr blog has now transformed into an online platform for cultural goings-on. With a global headcount of 80, it recommends from food and fashion to theatre and shopping across eight cities.
With a headcount of 400, Mumbai-based Republic successfully achieved Rs 155 crore in revenue for FY18 and is looking to develop its business in other industries too.
Who would have thought that a Facebook Page would have made into this list? It has clients such as Saint-Gobain, Bharti Airtel, Berkshire Hathaway, Coca-Cola and Abbott.
Online payment solutions provider, Razorpay, now provides service to over 1 lakh businesses including big names such as Bharti Airtel, IRCTC and Goibibo. Razorpay is growing monthly at an impressive 35% and raised $20 million in a funding round led by Tiger Global and Y Combinator.
Nineleaps provides web and mobile application services to other startups. With a global headcount of 200, it is expanding into new markets such as Singapore and Indonesia and diversifying into data science, blockchain.
Below you can see the complete 25 startups: