These are the top 10 startups in India in 2022, according to Linkedin report

Sep 28, 2022

By: Vaamanaa Sethi


Founded by Kunal Shah in 2018, the fintech company has gained popularity for its quirky ads in the last two years. It also rolled out several initiatives for employee well-being like ElderCare, egg freezing, and one-on-one support for mental wellness.

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Started in 2015, UpGrad has become one of the largest online portals for higher education in India. In June, the edtech company said that it will hire 3,000 people in the next three months.

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The investment platform was started by four Flipkart employees — Lalit Keshre, Harsh Jain, Ishan Bansal and Neeraj Singh in 2016.

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Valued at $900 million, the quick commerce player was started by Aadit Palicha and Kaivalya Vohra in 2020. In an interview with Business Insider, Palicha said that the company is on track to clock one million orders a day with annualized sales of $1 bn by October 2023.

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Skyroot Aerospace

The Hyderabad-based private aerospace manufacturer is on a mission to open space for all by making spaceflight affordable, reliable and regular.

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MBA Chaiwala

Prafull Billore-led tea cafe chain MBA Chai Wala is all set to mark its territory in 200 Indian cities by the end of this year, generating over a 1,000 jobs.

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The Gurgaon-based used car marketplace has over 15 hubs at different locations in India including metro cities like Delhi, Bengaluru and Mumbai. In December 2021, the company joined the list of unicorns after raising $283 million in a Series E round.

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The Good Glamm Group

The digital-first house of brands has acquired 11 companies and has raised $250 million over the last one year.

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The edtech company has more than two lakh users since its launch in October 2020. It raised a $5 million seed round, led by Sequoia Capital India and Owl Ventures in January this year.

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Gurugram-based ride sharing company started its operations in Bengaluru on Monday, September 26. Last year, it raised $25 million in a Series A funding round led by BP ventures.

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Linkedin report

The ranking is given by Linkedin on the basis of resilience in an uncertain market environment, and are continuing to innovate in 2022.

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