Meet. India’s Most Promising Startups [The 2013 NextBigWhat List of 100+ Indian Startups]!

Here goes THE NEXTBIGWHAT list of NEXTBIGWHAT in Indian Startups space. You can’t ignore them.


Indix is a data and analytics firm that uses big data, analytics, visualisation and application to enable product and services companies get the best out of their product portfolio. The angel backed firm received $4.5 million in funding from Nexus and Avalon Ventures in April. [Tweet This]

» Read:NextBigWhat’s Coverage of Indix| 


Biosense is a Mumbai based healthcare startup that seeks to provide accessible non-invasive medical devices. Their product the uChek app that debuted at TED 2013 allows physicians and patients from around the world to analyse urine using smartphones. The analysis provided measures upto ten parameters including glucose, ketones and leukocytes. The startup received $500k in investment from GSF India and Insitor[Tweet This]


The Instasafe platform enables users to securely access Internet connections between your geographically dispersed offices, remote mobile workers and mobile sales force. Using the service, users can share information between your branches, and allow your mobile workers to plug into your corporate network from any location using any device. [Tweet this]

» Read NextBigWhat coverage of InstaSafe


The team at DeskAway launched BrightPod, a collaboration tool lets you organize and track all your digital marketing & creative projects in one platform. [Tweet this]

» Read NextBigWhat coverage of BrightPod


WizIQ is an online education platform that provides SaaS based virtual classroom software to teachers, trainers, colleges and universities around the world. The company claims to have over 200,000 teachers and 2.5 million students in more than a hundred countries that use its platform. In January, the company announced that it had raised $4 million in Series B investment[Tweet This]


Framebench is a cloud based communication platform for digital and creative design agencies used to create, store and share creative assets. The service also allows remote teams to edit and make changes required on the content and host discussions in real time. [Tweet This]

» Read:NextBigWhat Takes a Look at Framebench 


A cross-platform social gaming company, HashCube has game titles across social networking sites like Facebook and on mobiles. The company claims that its flagship title ‘Sudoku Quest’ is India’s biggest social media game titles with over 2 million users. [Tweet This]


Delhivery is an ecommerce logistics provider that provides services like inventory management, cash on delivery, warehousing, last mile delivery and tracking to companies. In September, the company raised $5 million in funding from Nexus Venture Partners in Series B Funding[Tweet This]


A farm-to-home supply chain platform, eFarm enables the procurement and delivery of farm based produce. A B2B company, eFarm works through IT based data gathering, analysis and monitoring along with on-ground distribution mechanisms to connect the farmers, transporters, intermediaries and consumers. [Tweet This]

» Read:NextBigWhat Takes a Look at eFarm 

Forus Health

Forus Health is a healthcare startup that seeks to address the problem of access to healthcare products through product design and service deployment. The company’s flagship product 3nethra is a portable, low cost, non-mydriatic, non-invasive pre-screening ophthalmology solution to detect cataract and glaucoma among other eye ailments. It had previously raised $5 million in funding from venture capital funds IDG Ventures and Accel Partners. [Tweet This]


InstaHealth is a startup that whose product Insta HMS provides integrated hospital management services to hospitals and helps hospitals across India automate hospital administration. The startup that focuses on Tier 2 hospitals and cities. [Tweet This]


Akosha is an online consumer forum platform for consumers to lodge their complaints against any brand in India. The startup claims to have solved more than 436K complaints. [Tweet this]


Started by GharPay cofounders, ClinkNow is a bank led reward network [Tweet this]


MeraEvents is an online ticketing solution company that provides not just ticketing service, but plethora of services for event managers.[Tweet this]


Practo is an online service for scheduling appointment with doctors. The company, which secured Rs 25 crores (~$4.6mn) in Series A funding from Sequoia Capital has thousands of doctors using its services. Practo was started in 2009. [Tweet This]


Healthifyme has developed an app that helps monitor a users diet, calories they burn and keep track of the calories they consume. Their app has over 10,000 downloads. But more importantly it is cracking some b2b partnerships with corporates, gyms, slimming centers and healthcare centers. [Tweet This]

Read: The NextBigWhat story on Healthifyme

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  1. Here you mentioned the best list of startups. Recently we started online grocery store which is a startup. Here we are majorly concentrating on Kerala Now. Those who wants to order grocery online can visit and order from site you will get quality products for the best price with free home delivery.

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