Few promising start-ups in India.

Few promising start-ups in India.

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Neurosynaptic Team

Indian start-ups are growing gradually and making their presence felt in the global business scenario. They have been getting millions of funding from major investors around the globe and emerging as successful entrepreneurs who are all set to present India globally. Here is a list of few successful funded start-ups in India

Few promising start-ups in India. 1FitKids: Started in 2010, FitKids is a Bangalore based startup which offers products for sports, creative movement, and STEM subjects. In addition, it also offers services of career counselling for children in Kindergarten through 12th Dev Roy, the founder of FitKids has opened its branches in 46 cities and has goals to augment its branches to 100 cities and add around 100 more schools to FitKids existing 160 schools. Recently, FitKids has acquired ThinkLabs, a tech education provider in an all cash deal.

Neurosynaptic Team
Neurosynaptic Team

Neurosynaptic: Established in the year 2002, Neurosynaptic is a Bangalore based telemedicine startup who specialises in the rural and partially urban healthcare sector through telemedicine. It was established by Sameer Subhash Sawarkar and Rajeev Kumar and provides services consisting of screening, initial diagnosis, triaging. Furthermore, it also has services of electronic medical records. Earlier, Neurosynaptic acquired funding from e-Zest solutions, a global digital company working in the field of developing healthcare products. Moreover, in a recent funding series, it raised an undisclosed amount in Series A funding from Healthquad, a venture fund focussing on healthcare. The funding was also backed by Indian Angel Network and Axilor ventures. Neurosynaptic aims to build a model of telemedicine solution for hospitals, clinics and NGOs.

Few promising start-ups in India. 3Azuro: It is a real estate management startup founded by a team of IIT Bombay alumni consisting of Ayush Agarwal, Altaf Ahmad, Sudhanshu Mishra, Vishal Chauthmal and Sushant Kumar. The startup works in the field of helping people find places to stay without the hassle and chaos involved because of brokers and contractors. Azuro has successfully managed to grab an undisclosed amount of seed funding from Mumbai Angels, White Unicorn Ventures and Kae capital. The funds will be used in developing company’s technology and expanding its business across Mumbai.

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