Economic growth is at top in India since last few years. We have seen many startups giving spin in Indian startup industry with their revolutionary existence. An expanding number of startup ventures are endeavoring to make a space for themselves in a heightening and constantly growing business sector. Since last few years we can feel this wind of tremendous economic growth. Read about some outstanding startup that dared to sail against such wind of growth. Let’s have a look on such 6 outstanding startup who have successfully emerged by creating their own ways and achieving unique spot in the market.
Chotuji.com is a service based startup than has been launched recently in Surendranagar city of Gujarat by a visionary entrepreneur Aashish Pandya with technical assistance by Jigesh Raval. Chotuji.com has adopted simple B2B model and offers online services like plumbing, carpentry, AC/TV/Computer/Refrigerator/car repairing services, astrology, catering, career oriented services and many others at your doorstep. You can find skilled workers online or can hire workers as needed. The notification, acknowledgement, conformation and co-ordination between workers and the people who hired them is managed by using SMS service.
Workers can register at chotuji.com at nominal rate of ₹1 per day and in return can get a vast opportunity to work in huge local market.
Currently the service is active in Surendranagar including nearby villages but the company has plan to expand in other cities as well.
Mumbai based Shopsense works with retailers to enhance customer shopping experience by removing boring headache of standing in queue outside the changing rooms at Fashion or Garment outlets. It has installed large touchscreens at such outlets with store’s inventory which permits customers to zip up to all the clothes on display. This comes with features as they can create various looks and styles.
The company was founded in 2012 by Mumbai IITans Adam, Harsh and Sreeramanand and today the company has successfully tied up with some leading retail brands including The Future Group, Being Human, Nike, Satya Paul, US Polo and Flying Machine as its clients. The company currently serves in 12 cities across 45 stores in the country.
SMS might be almost dead for the P2P communication (thanks to highly sophisticated IM apps) but Aniketh Jain and Ashish Agarwal have pick it up as businesse domain and have proven that SMS is still the preferred medium.
Solutions Infini’s flagship product is a mobile messaging service that caters to all sectors from channel partners, SMEs to even enterprises.
“We did a small college project, in that we felt the need of integrating SMS for various functions. We built a prototype of our flagship product at that time and that is when we were inspired to do it on a larger scale,” recalled Jain.
It is possible that the company is responsible for the text alert customers get after withdrawing money from an ATM. After being launched in 2009, currently the company has some major players as clients including Jabong, Myntra, Bank of Baroda, Syndicate Bank, Vijaya Bank, Foodpanda, Just Dial and Yatra. Recently it has been reported that its revenue stood at Rs 58 crore for the year 2014-15.
With a successful trend of online ventures, entrepreneur Alok Chawla has launched Gizmobaba.com, an online retailer shopping website of electronic gadgets in September 2012.
At Gizmobaba, one can find some unproducts those are generally not available at traditional electronic stores like teeth whiteners, head massagers, caps with solar powered fans. A majority of these goods are imported from China. The website also also consists of premium products like Apple’s iPhones that are made in China as well.
In spite of the fact that, importing quality items was the biggest challenge for the store despite of which,tho store claims that the company is now clocking sales of Rs 25 lakh a month.
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