Emerging startup trends in India

  1. Banking: [Jupiter Money, Fam Pay, Fi Money] We all hate our retail banking right? If not try accessing your net banking or changing your debit card pin.
  2. Insurance: [Navi, Acko] Half of us are scared of hospital bills even with insurance because we have zero clue how does our insurance work. We don’t know which hospitals are covered in insurance, how much does it actually covers, and the other million questions which our beloved insurance companies don’t tell us about.
  3. Health + Fitness: [Sugar Fit, Ultrahuman] As naval says a healthy man wants 1000 things but a sick man just wants 1 thing. These fitness companies are striking at the knowledge and fitness gaps that our regular gyms have.
  4. Social Media: [Sharechat] Like Facebook but in Indian regional languages. They are reimagining the social media experience for 1.3 billion people. Its early adopters are the generation Z(i.e. the generation before millennials).
  5. Investing Money: [Kuvera, Groww, Paytm Money] Try using SBI or ICICI investing services, and then try these. You will get a VASTT difference in UX. Most of the working professionals think — what should I do with my salary? And for them, these wealth management companies have made the investing journey straightforward and smooth.




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