Startup’s in India is seeing positive shift towards brighter future. Here are some of the selected one’s who are standing out to be few of the recognised ones.
1. Doctors’ Circle
Doctors’ Circle is a platform with videos solving health queries, as well as a site to discover doctors and book appointments based on social media recommendations.
News in Shorts summaries news stories from various topics into a crisp 60-word skeleton for busy readers in India. It has a team that manually curates and summarizes the news in categories like national, business, sports, and technology.
BobbleApp lets users create their own bobbleheaded comic character. This character can then be used to create funny stickers or comic stories while chatting with your friends using any messenger app. It works with leading chat apps like WhatsApp, WeChat, Line, and Google Hangouts.
Indian healthcare communication platform Lybrate enables users to get credible solutions or second opinions for their health issues from a pool of trusted doctors on an open-ended platform. It also provides private consultation with a doctor of their choice. Besides communication, the platform enables patients to book appointments, store medical records, or communicate anonymously with doctors. It also provides practice management solutions to doctors to manage appointments, medical records, and maintaining relationships with patients.
Doctor finder Practo allows users to discover the right doctor for them, and also book appointments. It started out with a street-by-street mapping of doctors. This week it launched a product to help its users find the nearest diagnostic center for any test they need to get done.
6. Being Chef
Being Chef allow customers to order a recipe kit of a particular dish, and provides him or her with a box of ingredients, chopped and processed in the required quantity, and customized as per the customer’s taste. The recipe card provides the instruction to prepare the dish. The customer can cook the dish in a matter of minutes by simply following the instructions.
Bangalore-based Elanic started in 2014 to standardize the process of buying and selling used clothes, shoes, and accessories. All a user has to do is create a listing on the app by taking the photo of the item they want to sell, mention a few details, and set the price, and then the item is picked up from the their door step. The thing is then inspected for any wear and tear, brand authenticity, size, and hygiene, and is sanitized. After all that, it’s packed and shipped to the buyer.
Developed by CommonFloor, Flatchat is a mobile-only app that lets flat-owners and flatmates connect with potential flat-seekers, without going through the hassles of dealing with brokers. There is also a feature called the Flatchat assistant. This is a human who answers user queries and offers recommendations accordingly.
Delhi-based startup Mufubu, conceptualized its idea of premium gifts with a quirky product range better suited to India’s younger citizens. It launched its products on various estores this year, like Flipkart, Amazon India, eBay, and FirstCry. It is on its way to launching its own website before the end of the month.