Global headcount: 45
InterviewBit helps jobseekers prepare for tech interviews, particularly in the software engineering space. The company provides users with a plan on how to prepare for their interviews, practice coding problems, as well as access to mentors and feedback. It plans to hire 50 employees within the next 12 months.
Global headcount: 390
Education site UpGrad.com offers industry-relevant courses in subjects such as digital marketing, data science and product management. The business claims to have helped more than 300 users upskill and shift careers in the past year, and now plans to expand its service to Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
Global headcount: 120
SigTuple aims to make medical screening tests more accurate by applying insights from robotics and artificial intelligence. Around 70 percent of the company's 120 employees are new to healthcare but have expertise in data science, software and intellectual property.
Global headcount: 400
Founded by three former Flipkart executives, Udaan.com is an online marketplace for businesses to buy and sell food, clothing and electronics. The start-up reached unicorn status — the term for a company with a valuation of $1 billion — just two years after launch. In the last 12 months, the firm has almost doubled its headcount.
Global headcount: 165
As many as two million developers and more than 25,000 paying customers — including Disney, Tesco and Facebook — use BrowserStack's mobile app and website-testing platform. After several years of bootstrapping, the Mumbai-headquartered start-up recently won $50 million in investment, in the largest series A funding round in India's tech history.
17. Zapr Media Labs
Global headcount: 110
Media analytics company Zapr provides insights on TV viewership for broadcasters, advertisers and media agencies. Within the next year, the company plans to open up 70 new positions in data analytics, audio processing and other non-engineering functions.
Global headcount: 125
Bengaluru-based Jumbotail is an online grocery marketplace for small businesses. The young start-up, which launched in 2015, has also started providing credit for shop-owners via partnerships with third-party lenders.