List of Unicorn Startups in India

wdt_ID No. Company Sector Valuation Turned into Unicorn (Year) Location Top Investors
1 1 InMobi Mobile Ads 1.0 2011 Bangalore KPCB, Sherpalo Ventures, SoftBank
2 2 Mu Sigma Analytics 1.5 2013 Bangalore Accel, Sequoia Capital, General Atlantic
3 3 Flipkart* E-Commerce 21.0 2012 Bangalore Accel, Tiger Global, Naspers, SoftBank, Others
4 4 Snapdeal* E-Commerce 6.5 2014 Delhi Kalaari Capital, Nexus Ventures, Bessemer, SoftBank, Others
5 5 Ola Ride Hailing 6.0 2015 Bangalore Tiger Global, Matrix Partners, Steadview, SoftBank
6 6 Paytm Payments 16.0 2015 Noida Saama Capital, SAIF, Alibaba, Berkshire Hathway
7 7 Quikr Classifieds 1.6 2015 Bangalore Matrix Partners, Omidyar Network, Norwest, Kinnevik
8 8 Zomato Foodtech 2.0 2015 Gurgaon Info Edge, Sequoia Capital, Vy Capital, Alibaba
9 9 Hike Messaging 1.4 2016 Delhi Tiger Global, Tencent, Foxconn
10 10 Shopclues* E-Commerce 1.1 2016 Gurgaon Nexus Ventures, Helion Ventures, Beenos, Tiger Global, Others
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The above table represents the list of Unicorn startups in India, by year when they turned into unicorns, total valuation, their locations and top investors.

RegionIndia
SourceVenture Intelligence
Table ID336
Note* Former Unicorns

Indian startup ecosystem continues to be the 3rd largest in the world, with 8 new additions to its flourishing Unicorn club.

Founded in 2007, InMobi (formerly known as mKhoj) became India’s first B2B billion-dollar startup in 2011. This is followed by Flipkart, MuSigma, Snapdeal, etc.

A unicorn is a privately held startup company valued at $1 billion or more.


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