Top 10 Coolest Startups Offices of Indian Startups

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Nowadays we can see many startup buzz, since last two or three years we are seeing one by one startup business are getting popular all around India. We are always seeing them working hard but they are also taking care of their comfort level which helps them to show dedication to their work. And we always are eager to see how their offices look; the way they work and the way of working because startups have no rules to work, work as you want and just try to hit the market hard. In this article we have reviled the top 10 coolest startups offices of Indian startups. Let's have a look!

Coolest Startups Offices of Indian Startups:

Top 10 Coolest Startups Offices of Indian Startups

#1. FlipKart

Flipkart is an e-commerce company founded in 2007 by Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal. It is a Singaporean company which operates in India, where it is headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka.[4] Flipkart has launched its own product range under the name "DigiFlip" with products including tablets, USBs, and laptop bags.









#2. FreeCharge.in

FreeCharge.in is an e-commerce website headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra. It provides online facility to recharge any prepaid mobile phone, postpaid mobile, DTH & Data Cards in India. On 8 April 2015, Snapdeal acquired Freecharge what is being referred as the biggest take over in Indian e-commerce sector so far and the biggest Venture Capital exit in India to date. According to The Economic Times, the deal is expected to be anything around US$400 to 450 million





#3. SnapDeal

Snapdeal is an online marketplace, New Delhi, India. The company was started by Kunal Bahl, a Wharton graduate as part of the dual degree M&T Engineering and Business program at Penn, and Rohit Bansal, an alumnus of IIT Delhi in February 2010.









#4. PayTM

Paytm is an Indian e-commerce shopping website launched in 2010, owned by One97 Communications which initially focused on Mobile and DTH Recharging. The company is headquartered in Noida, India. It gradually provided recharging and bill payment of various portals including electricity bills, gas bills, as well as telephone bills. Paytm entered India's e-commerce market in 2014, providing facilities and products similar to businesses such as Flipkart, Amazon.com, Snapdeal. In 2015, it added booking bus travel.








#5. Goibibo

Goibibo is a B2C online travel aggregator, headquartered at Gurgaon, India. Goibibo is part of the ibibo travel organisation.

Goibibo.com was developed and launched by ibiboGroup in 2009.[citation needed] The platform enables travellers to search, compare and buy from across categories and width of travel suppliers for air tickets, hotels, and bus tickets. Goibibo can be accessed via mobile app and is available on iOS, Android and Windows.







#6. Purple Squirrel

Purple squirrel is a term used by employment recruiters to describe a job candidate with precisely the right education, experience, and qualifications that perfectly fits a job’s multifaceted requirements. 

In theory, this prized “purple squirrel” could immediately handle all the expansive variety of responsibilities of a job description with no training and would allow businesses to function with fewer workers. In 2012, then-Google recruiter Michael B Junge published a popular job search and career book Purple Squirrel: Stand Out, Land Interviews, and Master the Modern Job Market.









#7. Housing - Design Studio

Housing generally refers to the social problem of ensuring that members of society have a home in which to live, whether this is a house, or some other kind of dwelling, lodging, or shelter. Many governments have a department that deals with housing, such as the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, Housing Development Board in Singapore and Housing Authority in Hong Kong.








#8. Crowdfire

Crowdfire - The year was 2010. The month, February. On the chilly evening of the 21st, a powerful product was born - a product that changed the way people used Twitter.

Introducing Crowdfire. We created it to give Twitter users a more efficient way of managing their accounts. Built with the initial aim to answer the oft-asked question, “Who unfollowed me on Twitter?”, Crowdfire has now matured into a holistic friend management platform.









#9. TinyOwl

TinyOwl is a food delivery app that is currently delivering 2000+ orders every day in Mumbai offers a fuss-free way to order food from the restaurants around you.







#10. InMobi

InMobi is a performance based mobile ad network backed by Soft Bank and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. The company was founded in 2007 in India with offices in several countries. InMobi won a spot in MIT Technology Review's 50 most disruptive companies of 2013.








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