Hiring now! Check out these job openings at Indian startups during the COVID-19 pandemic

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  • Unicorns like Dream11 and Icertis are looking to bump up their team size
  • Here’s a look at some of the startups that are scaling up operations and hiring currently.
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Several startups in India are still hiring despite the threat to business continuity due to the coronavirus pandemic. Unicorns like Dream11 and Icertis are looking to bump up their team size.

And they are not alone. Here’s a look at some of the startups that are scaling up operations and hiring currently.

Khatabook

Indian fintech startup Khatabook recently raised $60 million in a series B round of funding led by global equity firm B Capital Group. Khatabook, just like its literal meaning in Hindi, is an account book for small and medium businesses. The business app helps business owners keep a check on their accounts, digitally.
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Soon after its fundraise, its founder announced that they are looking to hire. Ravish Naresh, co-founder at Khatabook, said that they are scaling up their tech team.



Cashkaro
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Cashback and discount coupons site Cashkaro is hoping to ride on the e-commerce wave, as people stay home and order online. The startup is hiring for its Gurgaon and Chennai offices for roles ranging from marketing to DevOps. Its co-founder Swati Bhargava recently shared a video with the details of the hiring.



Delhivery
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Another startup that seems to be banking on the heavy rush of e-commerce deliveries is the Softbank-backed logistics startup Delhivery. The unicorn startup’s co-founder Sahil Barua took to LinkedIn to announce the hiring.



LeverageEdu


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The edtech startup which helps students bag admissions in universities abroad is also on a hiring spree. The startup is backed by DSG Consumer Partners, Blume Ventures among others. The three-year old startup’s founder Akshay Chaturvedi shared details of the vacancies.


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