Top 10 Digital startups in India to watch in 2017

Top 10 Digital startups in India to watch in 2017

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Start-ups are the latest trend of business in India 2017. Now a days a company startup is like a big dream of every aspirant enterprenuer in India. Well this year there are lot of Internet startup companies gaining their place in India in 2017. we are giving info about top 10 of those startup companies….


1) 91Springboard

Founders: Anand Vemuri, Deepak Sharma, Pranay Gupta, Susan Lim, Varun Chawla.
Investors: Khattar Holdings, Rahul Gupta, Rohit Gupta, Sumit Dayal.
91springboard offers a plug and play office with ready-to-use facilities and timely events for coworking members.

2) AddressHealth

Founder: Dr. Anand Lakshman.
Investors: Gray Matters Capital, Unitus Seed Fund.
AddressHealth is a Bengaluru-based top startup that has a vision to make               pediatric care easily available by providing health care services via school and clinics.

3) Altizon

Founders: Vinay Nathan, Ranjit Nair, Yogesh Kulkarni.
Investors: Microsoft Accelerator Bangalore, Wipro Technologies.
Altizon Systems, a Pune-based startup, is the world’s first Industrial Internet Platform company with a flagship platform named Datonis.

4) Applicate

Founders: Deepak Rewadi, Ranjeet Kumar.
Investors: Amit Gupta, Rajiv Nayan, Rakesh Mishra, Rishi Vasudev.
Applicate, a Delhi-based startup founded in 2014, provides innovative solutions to solve complex business problems.

5) Affimity

Founders: Ramana Venkata, Amar Singh, Parveen Mittal.
Investor: Silicon Valley Angel Investors.
Affimity is a social networking platform for people with similar interests in food, family, and digital life to connect and share their interests.

7) BabyBerry

Founders: Bala Venkatachalam, Subhashini Subramaniam, Dev Vig.
Investor: Nitin Bagamane.
BabyBerry, founded on 2014, is an application to help parents through the journey of pregnancy to motherhood.

8) CreditVidya

Founders: Abhishek Agarwal, Rajiv Raj.
Investor: Kalaari Capital.
CreditVidya aims to eliminate traditional methods of credit assessment and re-build credit scoring with advanced machine learning techniques.

9) Cloudcherry

Founders: Vinod Muthukrishnan, Vijay Lakshmanan, Nagendra CL, Prem K Viswanath.
Investors: Vertex Ventures, DG Ventures India, Cisco Investments, Chennai Angels, Capillary Technologies.
Cloudcherry, offering customer experience management tools to customer-facing brands, is a top startup based in Bangalore and Chennai.

10) CollegeDekho

Founder: Ruchir Arora.
Investors: GirnarSoft, Man Capital.
CollegeDekho, a Jaipur-based startup, is an online platform that uses counseling and advanced technology to help students work towards their career goals.

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