Top 10 India's Most Funded Startup in 2021
List of the 10 top-funded startups from the India.
Here is the list of the top 10 best-funded Indian startups with details about each company, the total amount of funds received by the company in US $ according to Crunchbase, as of June 2021.
Total Funding : $1.1B
Delhivery is a logistics and supply chain services company. It provides a dedicated supply chain platform and logistics services including last-mile delivery, parcel transportation, warehousing, freight, reverse logistics, cross-border, and technology services.
Total Funding : $1.2B
Udaan is a business-to-business marketplace and trading platform. It allows small and medium businesses in India to discover products, customers, and suppliers, connect with them, buy and sell.
Total Funding : $1.8B
With the tagline of “unbox Zindagi‘, Snapdeal managed to be a home favorite for varieties of goods ranging from home, fashion, electricals, sports, etc.
Although this ecommerce venture didn’t do as good as others like Flipkart or Amazon, it was still a big success in the early years of this decade.
Total Funding : $2.1B
Zomato is a restaurant search and reservation app. It is used by consumers to discover, rate, and review restaurants. Since its creation in 2008, Zomato has expanded to more than 20 countries.
Total Funding : $2.3B
The Bangalore based educational technology platform Byju’s is an online tutoring and coaching firm that was started in the year 2011 and runs on a freemium model. The main aim of Byju’s is to provide coaching through online video lectures for students of class 1 to class 12 and also for people who prepare for competitive exams like IIT – JEE, NEET, CAT, GRE, and GMAT.
Total Funding : $2.4B
Launched in 2014, Swiggy is known as the largest and most valuable food ordering and delivering the platform in India, currently operating in more than 100 cities across India.
4. ReNew Power
Total Funding : $2.8B
ReNew Power is a company dedicated to renewable energy. It develops, builds, owns and operates renewable energy production facilities with utility-scale wind, utility-scale solar, and rooftop solar projects
Total Funding : $3.2B
Whenever it comes to book rooms for a vacation, weekend or a party, the one-stop shop is OYO. Founded in 2013, by Ritesh Agarwal, OYO Rooms is an Indian hotel chain and fastest-growing hospitality chain of leased and franchised hotels, homes and living spaces at cheap prices.
2. Ola Cabs
Total Funding : $3.8B
The traveling was made much easier and better by OLA, which was founded in 2010 by Bhavesh Agarwal. Now, it’s one of the largest cab services in India, with over 250,000 cabs and rickshaws in the app running over 85 Indian cities.
1. One97 (Paytm)
Total Funding : $4.8B
Go cashless has been the motto of Paytm and the public is taking it quite effectively. The wave of online transactions hit India in 2010 when Paytm was launched. PAYTM is an e-commerce system, based in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.