Indian start-ups were on a roll last year! Start-ups like Big Basket and Zomato made great headlines and the highs definitely outweighed the lows.
Here is a list of five start-ups that we must watch out for in 2016-
A messaging app that helps connect customers to local businesses. It allows you to chat with local shops, make reservations, book appointments, enquire prices and product availability.
Founded in 2014 by Deepak Ravindran
Healthcare tech start-up, Practo is a platform that brings together patients and doctors. It offers services such as Practo Search and Practo Ray that helps patients search for a doctors, make appointment and storage of healthcare records including X-rays, files, prescriptions and billing.
Founded in 2008 by Shashank and Abhinav Lal.
A tech start-up that provides self-drive cars on rent. It allows you to rent cars by the hour, day, week, or month. Zoomcar’s bet on the self-driven model is a new concept for the Indian market and seems to have picked up quite well.
Founded in 2012 by David Back and Greg Moran
HackerEarth is a Bangalore based startup that provides technical recruitment solutions for talent sourcing and skill assessment. It runs coding challenges for programmers that help recruiters find good talent.
Founded in 2012 by Sachin Gupta and Vivek Prakash
An internet-first restaurant, FreshMenu offers chef prepared plated meals on demand. The menu is constantly changing and food can be ordered through their website or the app.
Founded in 2014 by Rashmi Daga
Will these start-ups succeed in 2016 or will they go kaput, time will tell..