Nearly 50% of the companies on this year's 'Top Startups List for India' turned out to be Bengaluru-based as OYO, Cure.Fit and TapChief topped the chart of start-ups to work for in 2019
New Delhi: OYO Hotels and Homes, Cure.Fit and TapChief were among the top of a list of 25 Indian start-ups to work for in 2019, professional networking platform LinkedIn on Wednesday said.
The data provided by LinkedIn stated that the top three along with companies like Razorpay, Acko General Insurance, mfine, Udaan, Dunzo and Stanza Living were responsible for the creation of 18,000 jobs collectively in the past year, and are expected to create more than 19,000 new job opportunities over the next 12 months.
The start-ups list was based on employment growth, engagement with the company and its current employees, job interest, and attraction of top talent -- and focussed on a period between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019.
LinkedIn stated that consumer internet start-ups dominated this year’s list. It also showcased the increased use of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare, wellness, and e-learning start-ups in order to offer accessible medical, wellness, and upskilling solutions for consumers.
LinkedIn India managing editor Adith Charlie said, "India is the world's second-largest start-up ecosystem... The list is symbolic of the thriving ecosystem, and features companies that are vanguards of key trends in e-learning, healthcare, and financial services."
Charlie also remarked that in the midst of the economic slowdown, the start-up ecosystem continues to flourish by fulfilling employment needs across various industries.
"Our data shows that these 25 companies collectively created about 18,000 jobs in the past year and are expected to create more than 19,000 new employment opportunities in the coming 12 months," he stated.
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Last Updated 4, Sep 2019, 5:59 PM