There are hundreds of companies founded in Hyderabad and the start-up push is an emerging scene. So acknowledge the following and credit the companies that are working hard.
Startups not only create an environment worth exploring but also encourage young entrepreneurs to take the lead and create a platform of their dreams. So merely reading about them can also be considered a way of going ahead and starting something of their own.
In the current start-up scene around India, Hyderabad stands in a comfortable position with companies of different sorts entering the spotlight. We have companies focused on gaming as they look to capitalise on real money games like Teen Patti, Andar Bahar, Poker and companies focused on emerging needs of the market.
So why don’t we learn all about them with a brief write up on some of the most successful startups in Hyderabad?
- Skyroot Aerospace
Started in 2018, Skyroot Aerospace is India’s first space launch vehicle company that is pioneering in producing rockets for low-cost access to space. Founded by Naga Bharath Daka and Pawan Kumar Chandana, the company is a leading name in the aerospace and transportation industry. With more than 3 rounds of funding and around 9 investors to its backing, Skyroot Aerospace is looking towards the future in a confident manner.
- Bharat Biotech
India’s second-largest vaccine manufacturer rarely needs an introduction. Started in 1996, Bharat Biotech has come a long way from the same biotechnology that founders Krishna Ella and Suchitra Ella had started. Having completed around 3 rounds of funding, Bharat Biotech is a giant in the industry and employs around 501-1000 employees.
Having been set up with the aim of creating innovative vaccines, Bharat Biotech is achieving much more and it is a matter of pride to know that it was started in Hyderabad.
- KIMS Hospitals
Founded in 2000 by Bhaskar Rao, KIMS or Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences Hospital is a multidisciplinary private healthcare services provider that is now present almost all around the country. Like many others, the hospital has also successfully completed three rounds of funding and has over 3 investors, thus providing more than an arm’s length in the healthcare industry.
- Dodla Dairy
As the name suggests, Dodla Dairy, which was founded in 1995, processes and distributes milk and dairy products. From its small set-up in 1995, Dodla Dairy is now a big name in the consumer goods, food and beverage, food processing and manufacturing industries. With the backing of more than 600 employees, this company moves forward and does it all with 13 investors.
Practically, an EdTech platform is one of the leading examples of innovation. It focuses on STEM teaching and does so with the help of 3D movies, augmented reality (AR) educational tools and a few other methods. From its inception in 2014, Practically has grown in number and has around 4 investors and has completed around 3 rounds of funding.
Competing in industries like artificial intelligence, E-Learning, machine learning and other such industries, Practically does a fine job in bringing everything to the table.
A platform for corporate health benefits is more than a requirement in every climate and founders Dinesh Koka, Srikanth Samudrala and Kiran Kalakuntla understood the same in 2014 when they founded ekincare. Having brought out a different range of corporate health benefits, ekincare has now completed 4 rounds of funding and moves ahead with over 12 investors.
The company employs more than 100 people and is a top name in employee benefits, health care and other such industries.
The Future of Startups
Startups in India have grown remarkably and Hyderabad is no stranger to the same. Having set up the perfect environment, Hyderabad is turning out to be a haven for young individuals to invest in their ideas. So if you are someone with an idea, it’s time to make it happen because you are in the land of opportunities. #KhabarLive #hydnews