Top 10 Startups in Bangalore | List of Bangalore Successful Startups

As you walk through in the Koramangala neighborhood in Bangalore there's three main things you'll find plenty of - bars, engineers, and entrepreneurs. With new startups popping up nearly every day from universities and hostels, Bangalore is proving to be one of Asia's fastest-growing startup communities.

Top  10 Startups in Bangalore | List of Bangalore Successful Startups


Founders: Kunal Shah

Industry: Edtech, E-Learning

Founded In: 2018

  • The management of credit cards and bill payments are now simpler with CRED.
  • CRED aids its members with managing credit cards , pay bills online. Members also receive exclusive rewards for the payments they make.
  • Kunal Shah was the founder of CRED in the year of 2018.


Founders: Greg Moran and David Back

Industry: Car Rental

Founded In: 2013

  • Zoomcar is a Bangalore-based startup, was the only company from India that focuses on renting cars with self-drive.
  • It was founded on the 12th of December 2012, with the help of David Back and Greg Moran.
  • The company allows customers the option of renting vehicles for just one or several days. Customers are charged on an either an hourly or per-day basis in accordance with their requirements.
  • The company is present across more than fifteen Indian cities that include Bangalore, Pune, Delhi NCR, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Chennai.


Founders: Lalit Keshre (CEO), Harsh Jain, Neeraj Singh, and Ishan Bansal

Industry: Digital investment platform

Founded In: April 2016

  • In the year 2016, Groww was founded, Groww is headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka, and is an investment platform for mutual funds which allows users to invest through mutual funds or stocks.
  • On this platform, investors can invest directly into mutual funds, stock, first market offerings (IPOs), digital gold and exchange-traded funds.
  • The company was established by previous employees from Flipkart and has already received $140 million in the reports from April 2021.


Founders: Byju Raveendran, Divya Gokulnath

Industry: Edtech, E-Learning

Founded In: 2011

  • BYJU's was established in 2011 in Bangalore and was named after Byju Raveendran, the founder of the business along with his wife Divya Gokulnath.
  • It was established as an online education provider to provide the highest quality and most interactive and relevant courses to students in grades one to those seeking to take competitive exams.
  • BYJU's is extremely successful in expansion as well as acquisitions, and also received highly praised funding as well.
  • It is the highest-valued educational technology company with a valuation of $16.5 billion as of June 2021.


Founders: Ashish Sonone, Dhanesh Kumar, Jaideep Poonia, Ravish Naresh, Vaibhav Kalpe

Industry: Accounting, Financial Services, Saas

Founded In: 2018

  • Khatabook is among the top-performing Indian Fintech Saas companies that provides powerful and efficient digital tools and solutions in finance for small, medium, and micro enterprises, as well as small and medium-sized businesses.
  • Available in over 11 languages, and with an active user base of more than twenty million.
  • Khatabook can significantly improve efficiency and decrease overall expenses, resulting the most secure and safe financial and business solutions.


Founders: Vivek Prakash

Industry: Software Development

Founded In: 2012

  • HackerEarth is an enterprise software provider which assists companies with the process of recruiting candidates.
  • The company employs around 200 employees. The company plans to expand and become more successful as time passes.
  • HackerEarth was established at the end of 2012 by Vivek Prakash, a student from the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee.
  • Its roots are located in Bangalore, HackerEarth has now relocated the headquarters of its company to California.


Founders: Harshil Mathur, Shashank Kumar

Industry: Fintech, Payments

Founded In: 2014

  • Razorpay is a platform for payments created in 2014 and is an alternative payment gateway for companies to integrate with their websites to accept payments.
  • In addition, with the top suite of Razorpay companies, businesses are able to not just accept payments, but also process them and distribute the funds as well.
  • Razorpay accepts all payment options that we discover today, including UPI, PayZapp, JioMoney, Mobikwik, Airtel Money, Freecharge, Ola Money and many other payment options.


Founders: Krishna Kumar

Industry: Edtech

Founded In: 2009

  • Simplilearn provides an online learning platform that provides professional education.
  • The company offers over 400 classes in the fields of IT digital marketing, programming, and managing projects.
  • It also offers classroom workshops and online courses for businesses and organizations including famous Fortune 500 companies.
  • Krishna Kumar came up with the Simplilearn initiative in the year 2009. Simplilearn has raised $31 million over four cycles of fundraising.


Founders: Rohit Ramasubramanian, Karan Gupta, Himanshu Joshi, Arjit Gupta

Industry: Marketplace

Founded In: 2015

  • Zefo is an online startup that provides an online marketplace for used items.
  • Zefo also functions as a factory market place for appliances and furniture. It also offers exchange programs to other companies such as Urban Ladder.
  • The team is working with Flipkart to develop an appliance exchange program.
  • Zefo was established at the end of August in 2015 by Rohit Ramasubramanian Karan Gupta, Himanshu Joshuai as well as Arjit Gupta.