5 Innovative Indian Startups To Watch In 2020

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These are the 5 innovative growing startups to watch in 2020-

1. Bijak

Bijak is an Indian B2B agritech trade platform founded by Daya Rai, Jitender Bedwal, Mahesh Jakhotia, Nukul Upadhye and Nikhil Tripathi in 2019. Bijak allows traders, wholesalers and food processors to keep a track of their transactions and logistics along with pricing access and improve  the working capital cycles. The company aims to tackle the lack of accountability present in the agritech sector, especially when it comes to process of procuring goods.

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2. Primaseller

Looking for a POS software? Primaseller is what comes to everyone’s mind. Primaseller is a cloud-based multi-channel inventory and order management PaaS software founded by Mohammed Ali and Vivek Subramanian in 2015. It is designed to significantly enhance the capabilities of Small and Medium enterprises to effectively and efficiently manage and handle their inventory and orders. 

Primaseller centralizes all their online and offline sales channels, synchronizing their inventory, and managing all aspects of their operations right from a single location, Their software makes it easy for businesses to take care of their orders and POS.

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3.Coo Rides

Coo Rides is India’s first multi-modal micro mobility service with hybrid docking technology founded by Syed Haseeb Arfath. The startup allows users to rent vehicles (bikes, e-bikes, e-scooters and e-rickshaws) on demand from designated stations across a city. Unlike other bikeshare networks, Coo Rides with its hybrid docking technology enables users of the system to locate their preferred type of vehicle at designated stations without any difficulties. Moreover, they can pause their ride temporarily in between trips and lock vehicles at their destination stations all at the touch of a button on their smartphone.

4.Expertrons

Expertrons is an AI video-powered platform founded by Jatin Solanki and Vivek gupta. The startup offers tips and mentorship on cracking interviews. Moreover, the platform captures the interview experience of experts and professionals in a 30 to 40-minute video format. Expertrons claims to have 10K minutes worth of content and also assures that the mentorships are available 24×7 for queries, the user just has to pay for one-on-one paid consultation with mentors, who have worked for Fortune 500 companies and eminent institutes in India.

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5.GroMo

GroMo is a lending platform that offers loans to individuals and businesses and looks forward to get into insurance and other financial products as well. It offers its services to underserved and unpenetrated Tier 2 cities and beyond.

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