In the last few years, India has seen many new start ups coming and becoming successful. Let us know there CEOs here. CEOs who are responsible for the revolution in the dotcom industry.
Food Panda`s Co-Founder Rohit Chadda:
Food Panda is an online food ordering platform that enables customers to order food online. Rohi Chadda is an IIM Calcutta Alumni. He has worked with Merrill Lynch before co-founding Food anda.
Urban Ladder`s Co-Founders Rajiv Srivatsa and Ashish Goel:
Urban Ladder is an online furniture seller based in Bangalore, India and was founded in the year 2012. Rajiv and Ashish worked with companies like McKinsey and Yahoo before they formed Urban Ladder. The idea was to solve the Furniture purchase problems.
MapmyIndia`s Co-Founder Rakesh Verma:
MapmyIndia was founded in 1992 by Rakesh and Rashmi Verma. MapMyIndia is New Delhi based and lets one search a place by address unlike Google. As claimed by Rohan Verma (Co-Founder) MapmyIndia has seen 600% growth since it was launched.
Happily Unmarried`s Co-Founders Rajat Tuli and Rahul Anand:
Happily Unmarried was founded with an idea of starting a one-stop shop for unmarried people looking to settle in the city on their own. Happily Unmarried has 23 stores across India now. Both the founders are post-graduates from the prestigious Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad.
Ola Cabs`s Co-Founder Bhavnish Aggarwal:
Bhavnish Aggarwal is a pass out from IIT Bombay. He started Ola Cabs from his home after he quit his high paying job at Microsoft Research. He worked with Microsoft for two years, where he filed two patents under his name and published three papers in International Journals. He quit his job to start Ola with his friend Ankit Bhatia. Today, he successfully runs Ola, that has a fleet of over 18,000 vehicles and is funded by SoftBank.