A YourStory deep-dive into the 11 new Indian unicorns of 2020; How Rebel Foods survived COVID-19

Even as COVID-19 wreaked havoc in 2020, India saw 11 startups becoming unicorns. Here’s a look at the new entrants.
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2020: The year of the unicorn

Even as COVID-19 wreaked havoc in 2020, India saw 11 startups becoming unicorns. Here’s a look at the new entrants.


Reimagining food delivery amid COVID-19

Raghav Joshi, Co-founder and CEO, India Business Unit, Rebel Foods talks about how the company is adapting to the new normal.


Lessons on early-stage investing

Pranav Pai, Founding Partner, 3one4 Capital talks about the lessons he learnt from his father, and finding unique investment ideas.


Making physiotherapy accessible to all

PhysiQure Team. [Image Credit: PhysiQure]

Bhopal-based healthtech startup PhysiQure works with teleconsultations and clinics to make quality physiotherapy accessible to all.


An interactive classroom solution

South Korea-based edtech startup TagHive offers AI-powered, personalised in-school and at-home learning solutions for students.


Tête-à-tête with activist Monisha Ajgaonkar

Monisha Ajgaonkar recounts her journey, the importance of being self-reliant, and the challenges of dating as a lesbian in India.


Upskilling women and girls

Two of the students at Saksham

The Saksham programme equips young women with free market-oriented vocational skills, and job and entrepreneurial training.


Recording Rs 8 Cr turnover with lemongrass tea

Ragesh Keisham, Founder, Chairman and CEO, SuiGeneris

Manipur-based entrepreneur Ragesh Keisham started CC Tea to make lemongrass tea, and today, he exports to Europe, the US, etc.


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