Meanwhile Abu Dhabi Capital Group-backed Grofers is a potential Indian unicorn according to the same report by Nasscom, India’s software industry body.
Delhivery is among India’s largest e-commerce-centric third party logistics providers, while the Gurgaon-based Grofers is a leading Indian online grocery service platform.
Ola Electric is an Indian-based electric vehicle company operating their own mobility platform while working with partners to create better electric technologies.
Icertis, provider of cloud-based enterprise contract management, Dream11, a gaming start-up, Druva, a cloud data protection and management start-up and Rivigo, a logistics firm, are the other Indian start-ups which have assumed unicorn status in the first 8 months of this year, the Nasscom report, titled ‘Indian Tech Start-up Ecosystem – Leading Tech in the 20s’, has said.
According to the report, the number of India’s potential unicorns has more than tripled to 52 this year, from 15 in 2018, making the country the world’s largest pipeline of unicorns in the making.
With the latest additions, India is now home to 24 unicorns, the third highest number of unicorns in a single country in the world.
Besides Grofers, online car marketplace CarDekho, fintech start-up LendingKart, software and robotics platform GreyOrange, card processing company Pine Labs and online truck aggregator Blackbuck are among the other potential unicorns listed in the Nasscom report.
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