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LinkedIn says these are the top 10 most attractive startups to work for in India

Updated : 2019-09-03 22:10:00

The world’s largest professional network, LinkedIn, announced the 2019 LinkedIn Top Startups List for India, revealing the most-wanted startups by professionals. Here are the top 10 startups in India that made it to the list.

#10 InterviewBit- InterviewBit is an interview preparation site which is immensely popular amongst software engineers. The site sources pre-screened candidates to different companies and a bunch of startups across the globe.
#10 InterviewBit- InterviewBit is an interview preparation site which is immensely popular amongst software engineers. The site sources pre-screened candidates to different companies and a bunch of startups across the globe.
#9 mfine- mfine is an AI Powered online doctor consultation app that gives you instant online access to doctors from the best hospitals.
#9 mfine- mfine is an AI Powered online doctor consultation app that gives you instant online access to doctors from the best hospitals.
#8 Acko- Acko General Insurance is a private sector general insurance company in India. Founded in 2016 by Varun Dua, a fintech serial entrepreneur, Acko provides innovative products with personalized pricing based on customer behaviour and data analytics.
#8 Acko- Acko General Insurance is a private sector general insurance company in India. Founded in 2016 by Varun Dua, a fintech serial entrepreneur, Acko provides innovative products with personalized pricing based on customer behaviour and data analytics.
#7 Rivigo- Rivigo is a technology company that is building the material movement pipeline of India and making logistics human, faster, safer and cost-effective.
#7 Rivigo- Rivigo is a technology company that is building the material movement pipeline of India and making logistics human, faster, safer and cost-effective.
#6 Playment- Playment is a fully managed data labeling platform generating training data for computer vision models at scale.
#6 Playment- Playment is a fully managed data labeling platform generating training data for computer vision models at scale.
#5 Bounce- Bounce (formerly known as Metro Bikes) is India's first smart mobility solution, with a mission of making daily commute stress-free, time-saving, reliable and convenient.
#5 Bounce- Bounce (formerly known as Metro Bikes) is India's first smart mobility solution, with a mission of making daily commute stress-free, time-saving, reliable and convenient.
#4 Razorpay- Razorpay is an online portal that allows consumers to use net banking, debit or credit cards for merchant payments.
#4 Razorpay- Razorpay is an online portal that allows consumers to use net banking, debit or credit cards for merchant payments.
#3 TapChief- Tapchief is a platform connecting individuals in need of advice in a specific domain to individuals who have expertise in the same.
#3 TapChief- Tapchief is a platform connecting individuals in need of advice in a specific domain to individuals who have expertise in the same.
#2 cure.fit- cure.fit is a mobile app that takes a holistic approach towards health and fitness by bringing together all aspects of a healthy lifestyle on a single platform. cure.fit offers both online and offline experiences across fitness, nutrition and mental wellbeing through its 4 products, i.e, cult.fit, eat.fit, mind.fit & care.fit.
#2 cure.fit- cure.fit is a mobile app that takes a holistic approach towards health and fitness by bringing together all aspects of a healthy lifestyle on a single platform. cure.fit offers both online and offline experiences across fitness, nutrition and mental wellbeing through its 4 products, i.e, cult.fit, eat.fit, mind.fit & care.fit.
#1 Oyo- Startup-turned-unicorn Oyo, founded by Ritesh Agarwal when he was 18, is considered to be among the top hospitality chains in India. (Image: Reuters)
#1 Oyo- Startup-turned-unicorn Oyo, founded by Ritesh Agarwal when he was 18, is considered to be among the top hospitality chains in India. (Image: Reuters)
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