Which are the best business start ups in India?which become very successful.

Heyy, Guys what’s going on.? Today, we will talk about a very interesting topic”The Successful stories of Indian startups“.All we know very well that the new generation or youth wants to become an entrepreneur or wants to start any startups.Only those persons can become successful entrepreneurs who follow their passion for business and do hard work for it. So, Today we will discuss the stories of those persons who start their business from very small scale but by their hard work and they take their business to very high level.

SUCCESSFUl  STARTUPS OF INDIA

  • BHAVISH AGGARWAL (founder of ola cabs)

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The founder of ola cabs Bhavish Aggarwal completed his Education(B. Tech in Computer Science from IIT Bombay)
He had also a  work experience in Microsoft Research, Bangalore for 2 years, right after college.but after giving resign from the Microsoft.He decided to start up their business because he can do their job in near future but At this time if they do not take strict action for their startup then they can never start their startup.

Bhavish Aggarwal got the idea of starting the ola cab from the bad experience of travelling from cab service.This is when he realized how his trouble was almost similar to a lot of customers across the country who were looking for a quality cab service, but they also have to suffer from the bad experiences like arrived and dropped them late.

Ola cab Instead of buying and renting out their own cars, OlaCabs partnered with a number of Taxi Drivers and added a touch of modern technology to the whole set up, where people can book cars at a short period of time through their call centers and from their app. They now have almost 4,000,000 cabs across the country, offering the variety of car options – Mini, Prime, Luxury – which can be paid for through one of the different modes available.

  • VIJAY SHEKHAR SHARMA (founder of paytm)

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The today’s scenario, when almost whole India is struggling to get a hand on some hard cash to cater to day-to-day needs, Paytm is a unique solution to go cashless. Paytm is a huge step towards digital India.Paytm is nothing but an app for ‘Pay Through Mobile’. Paytm was founded in 2010 by Vijay Shekhar Sharma, who is the CEO of Paytm. Paytm is an Indian e-commerce website that enables its user to pay online using mobile number for services like mobile recharge, book airline tickets, pay broadband or electricity bill, etc.

In 2003–04, Vijay Shekhar Sharma was hardly ever seen at home.As the company of Vijay One97 grew bigger, it needed more money because it was running more servers, bigger teams, and had to pay a royalty on the music. But Finally, the money ran out. So One97 took loans, and then some more loans at higher rates of interest, as high as 24 percent, and became caught in circumstances.If the money that came in went into paying the interest, office rent and salaries for the twenty-five people team. Vijay, who paid himself the last, had no money to pay his house rent. So he would go home only late at night and scale the walls to get into his own house to sleep. He would wake up early in the morning and run away so the landlord would not see him.

  • PRANAY CHULET (FOUNDER OF QUIKR)

pranya chutlet

Selling your old household or office items, vehicles, mobile phones or almost anything else which you wants to sell has now become easier. Are you fed up of posting ads in newspapers, or giving word of mouth advertisements for your used items? Quikr makes it easier and makes easier for you to sell or buy products right from the comfort and privacy of your PC.Based in the Indian urban city of Mumbai, Quikr started its journey in 2008, and today, it is present in more than 900 cities of the country. It serves as a local community selling and buying platform, where you can sell, buy, rent or find anything in your neighborhood.

 

 

 

 

2 thoughts to “Which are the best business start ups in India?which become very successful.”

  1. Nine out of ten startups will fail in India due to lack of motivation and patience. This is a hard and bleak truth, but one that you’d do well to meditate on. Entrepreneurs may even want to write their failure post-mortem before they launch their business, so by the medium of this comment.I want to thank you for your articles, which helps to give motivation to us..

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