Introducing all-new Start-up section on Forum

Introducing all-new Start-up section on Forum

Over the last decade, start ups are growing rapidly and have an exciting future ahead. Ease of funding, documentation, and local demand has inspired a lot of entrepreneurs to try out their ideas on the ground. But as we all know, these can turn out to be the most unpredictable cards to bet on. And we have always been advocates of making informed decisions. So here we are keeping up the promise. We are happy to announce that we’re creating a dedicated space for you to get all latest updates on start up/unicorn companies and plan your investment more wisely. This is beneficial for everyone who are a slight bit interested in this unicorn business.
 
So what does the future look like, and what does that mean for the world of start-ups and entrepreneurship? And hundreds of questions like these would be answered in this section.
 
Firstly,
What are start-ups?

Start ups are young founded and rapidly growing companies with unique development of products or services. We are familiar with many highly known start ups such as Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix etc. they have now build a strong bond with their customers who are irreplaceable. Their funding is known as bootstrapping when close friends and family invest in the business and than there are angel investors who are high net worth individuals who take the start up to the unicorn level valued at over $1billion.
 
Here are Indian start up unicorns in 2021, who were even born in 2020:
 
Pharmeasy, Meesho, Groww, Cred, Gupshup, Sharechat, Digit, Five Star, Innovaccer, Infra.Market.
 
For example-
 
5paisa itself was a startup, founded in 2016 with clientele base of 3,652 and by March 2021 it has now reached to more than 1.2 million clients. 5paisa is one of the top 10 discount brokers in India, and is known for the lowest brokerage charges since 2016.
 
We can see how significantly the entrepreneurship in India has grown, strong demographics and open commercial culture, where new company registration has grown from 15,000 in the 1980s to almost 1,00,000 in the 2010s. With an average age of 28, India’s entrepreneurs rank among the youngest in the world.
 
Steps to follow-
 
1- Go to Forum
 
2- Click on Market Category
 
3- Click on sub category- “Start Ups”
OR
Click on the link below


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