Top young under 30 women entrepreneurs in India

young under 30 women entrepreneurs

With the consistent developments in the Indian startup ecosystem, more and more women are chasing the entrepreneurial dream and flourishing in their ventures. This is empowering other Indian women who are still confined to the traditional homemaker role to think for themselves. India’s Silicon Valley, Bengaluru, ranked 40th, while Delhi was at 49th place.

There are many inspiring young women entrepreneurs in India. Here is a brief about all 29 Indian women entrepreneurs under 30 who have achieved success and made a significant impact in their respective fields:

  1. Roshni Nadar Malhotra – CEO of HCL Corporation, a technology company founded by her father, Shiv Nadar. She is one of the youngest women to lead a billion-dollar company.
  2. Divya Gokulnath – Co-founder of Byju’s, one of the largest ed-tech companies in India. She started the company with her husband, Byju Raveendran, in 2011.
  3. Aditi Gupta – Co-founder of Menstrupedia, an online platform that aims to educate people about menstrual health. She was also named one of Forbes’ 30 under 30 in 2016.
  4. Saumya Bhatnagar – Co-founder of Tjori, an online platform that sells handmade products from Indian artisans. The company has raised over $1.5 million in funding so far.
  5. Anisha Singh – Founder and CEO of Mydala, an online platform that offers discounts on various services, including spa treatments and restaurants. She was also named one of Fortune India’s 40 under 40 in 2014.
  6. Bhavish Aggarwal – Co-founder and CEO of Ola, one of the largest ride-hailing companies in India. He started the company with Ankit Bhati in 2010.
  7. Suchi Mukherjee – Founder and CEO of LimeRoad, an online marketplace that sells fashion and lifestyle products. The company has raised over $50 million in funding so far.
  8. Suhas Gopinath – Founder of Globals Inc., an IT company that he started at the age of 14. He is also a member of the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders community.
  9. Trishneet Arora – Founder and CEO of TAC Security, a cybersecurity company that provides solutions to businesses and governments.
  10. Sreelakshmi Suresh – Founder of eDesign Technologies, a company that specializes in web design and development.
  11. Ritesh Agarwal – Founder and CEO of Oyo Rooms, a hospitality company that operates budget hotels and homestays across India and other countries.
  12. Kunal Shah – Founder and CEO of Freecharge, a digital payments company that was acquired by Snapdeal in 2015.
  13. Sachin Bansal – Co-founder of Flipkart, one of the largest e-commerce companies in India. He later founded a new venture called Navi Technologies.
  14. Binny Bansal – Co-founder of Flipkart, along with Sachin Bansal. He left the company in 2018 and later started a new venture called xto10x Technologies.
  15. Vijay Shekhar Sharma – Founder and CEO of Paytm, a digital payments and financial services company that has become one of the most valuable startups in India.
  16. Shradha Sharma – Founder and CEO of YourStory, a media platform that covers news and stories related to startups and entrepreneurship.
  17. Harshil Mathur – Co-founder and CEO of Razorpay, a payments gateway that helps businesses accept online payments.
  18. Abhinav Asthana – Co-founder and CEO of Postman, a collaboration platform for API development that has become widely popular among developers.
  19. Ankur Jain – Founder and CEO of Bira 91, a craft beer company that has gained a significant following in India and other countries.
  20. Varun Agarwal – Founder of Alma Mater, a company that produces and sells customized merchandise for schools and colleges.
  21. Nithin Kamath – Co-founder and CEO of Zerodha, a brokerage firm that provides online trading services. He started the company with his brother, Nikhil Kamath.
  22. Amrish Rau – CEO of Pine Labs, a digital payments platform that offers solutions for merchants across India and other countries.
  23. Archit Gupta – Founder and CEO of ClearTax, a tax filing platform that has helped over 4 million Indians file their taxes online.
  24. Dheeraj Gupta – Founder and CEO of Jumbo King, a chain of fast food restaurants that specializes in vada pav, a popular snack in India.
  25. Sairee Chahal – Founder and CEO of SHEROES, a platform that connects women with opportunities for career growth and community support.
  26. Rhea Singhal – Founder and CEO of Ecoware, a company that produces eco-friendly tableware made from sugarcane fiber.
  27. Ankiti Bose – Co-founder and CEO of Zilingo, a fashion and lifestyle marketplace that has become one of the fastest-growing tech startups in Southeast Asia.
  28. Ankit Prasad – Founder and CEO of Bobble AI, an AI-powered messaging platform that enables users to create personalized emojis and stickers.
  29. Amol Arora – Vice Chairman and Managing Director of Shemford Group of Futuristic Schools, a chain of K-12 schools across India that focuses on technology-enabled learning.

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