Top Media Startup’s in India

India has become the world's 3rd-largest start-up base, with 3,100 start-ups provisionally rising 2.2 times from here. This exponential rise in startups has allowed startup media to appear. These sites now cover all start-ups, whether startup stories for the review of sector news

1. POPxo

Online platform for Indian women everywhere

POPxo is the largest online community in India for thousand-year-old women to read, watch, shop and have their food read. It's a safe place for women to lead their best lives-"Take it a POP."POPxo is designed for the convergence of advertising and commerce from content to private label brand. POPxo's six languages content posts, videos and social media—English, Hindi, Marathi, Bangladesh, Tamil and Telugu—attracts more than 39 million visitors per month, spending over 3 million hours on all its platforms. Leading brands focus on this key audience with POPxo. Leading brands focus on this key audience with POPxo. For them, we are doing everything: as an agency that generates great ideas, a content manufacturing team that manages the campaign, and as a consumer experience delivery network. All this is enabled by data-driven insights into young women's lives and hearts in India.

2. Wittyfeed

Modern day platform blogging for everyone

Indeed, WittyFeed, the article and listicle website, is the largest Indian content company today and the second biggest traffic number company in the world. In the short time since the launch of WittyFeed in2014, WittyFeed has been a pioneer, excluding worldwide Buzzfeed.The two founders, Singhal and Vaishnav, have painted a big success on Facebook –Great Stuff in the World at their Chennai College. A big 4.2 million followers were added to the page. "We realized that it was time to monetize the public with this figure. We have also come to the conclusion, with our research and experience, that there is a boggling mind for the number of people in the virtual world, but there is an immense gap in the quality and volume of the content on the offer.

3. Dream11:

Indian fantasy sports website that enables users to play cricket and hockey

Dream11 is an Indian fantasy sports website that enables users to play cricket and hockey fantasy. Dream11 was the first Indian gamers to join the Unicorn Club in April 2019. In a Series D fundraiser led by the Chinese internet conglomerate Tencent in September,2018, the fantasy Sport gaming Services raised $100 Mn, which it allegedly worth around $500 M. Dream11 claims that it has a fantasy cricket, football, kabaddi and NBA for more than 4 Cr users and it has set itself the target of growing to 10 Cr by2019, thus becoming India's biggest sports gaming site.

4. Pocket Aces

Original Material for the millennium

Pocket Aces from Mumbai produces and distributes the original material to the audience of the millennium. Pocket Aces from Mumbai produces and distributes the original material to the audience of the millennium. In July Netflix collaborated with the Content Studio of Pocket Aces, Dice Media, to produce worldwide scripted shows beginning with the new Little Things season. “As more and more people get access to the internet via their phones, their taste is evolving. Right now, there are so many creators who are doing sexist, disability content…its old school, cheap humor.

5. Arre

It offers content in film, audio, text, and doodles, spanning diverse genres

Arre is open OTT, which was launched in October2015, and provides original content both on its own website (arre.co.in & Arre apps & social channels), as well as on 20 platforms which the company says cross over 200 minutes. It offers content in film, audio, text and doodles, spanning diverse genres such as fiction, factual entertainment, documentary, social exploration and much more. It offers content in film, audio, text and doodles, spanning diverse genres such as fiction, factual entertainment, documentary, social exploration and much more. With the deal one of the co-founding members of Sai Kumar and Ajay Chacko left the company.

6. Vokal

Where India shares knowledge

For Indian non-English Internet users, Vokal is a peer-to-peer information and opinion-sharing site. Currently, the Bengaluru-based company offers Hindi content and plans to start in several languages. Vokal also has a live video streaming feature and reports that its platform contains more than 300K questions. There are more than a thousand questions on specific subjects every day.

7. ShareChat

Sharechat is an Indian social media and social networking service, based in Bangalore, India.

Sharechat, a social channel of regional language, saw its valuation shoot seven times last year (2018) in the fundraising round of $100 million (InR 720 cr). Daily active users have increased from five minutes in April-May to eight minutes in September in the Bengaluru business. Sharechat would like to go deeper into micro-markets, including north-east India, before it starts focusing on the monetization of its service through ads, marketing and in-app purchases next year.

8. Play Simple

Gaming Platform for Indian mobile games market

A few years after raising $3.8 million from the most significant venture capital funds, SAIF partners and Chiratae Ventures, mobile game platform PlaySimple looks forward to making most of 2019. (formerly known as IDG Ventures India). Siddharth Jain and his Zynga, colleagues Suraj Nalin and Preeti Reddy and Siddhanth Jain software engineer, created the Bengaluru-based startup. Estimates indicate that the Indian mobile games market is expected to amount to $1.1 billion by2020, and there will be 628 million users at that time.

Conclusion

These startup’s are paving the way for all the emerging startup’s entering in the Indian Market. Start-ups emerged as this country's growth engine, funded by risk entrepreneurs who spent resources on India in recent years and founders who spent money recruiting employees in crowds. In order to capitalize on the demographic gain, India needs to generate 10 million jobs per year. For the country's future growth, entrepreneurs are important. It will be a mission-critical endeavor, in order to deliver the promised troika for food, clothing and shelters, to foster the spirit of creativity and to build the skills that support entrepreneurship among our young population.1.1.

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