10 Indian Entrepreneurs Who Were The Public Eye In 2014
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10 Indian Entrepreneurs Who Were The Public Eye In 2014

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 31 March 2015, 13:17 Hrs
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BANGALORE: India offers a brilliant chance for Startups to prosper because of the number of consumers available here.



The sheer number is responsible behind e-commerce giant, Flipkart, Big Billion Day sale. The graph of profit keeps going upward and Chinese Smartphone giant, Xiaomi, made a huge profit. Let us look at 12 entrepreneurs who enjoyed major success in 2014, as compiled by ET, reports Rediff. Com 



The Bansals -- Sachin Bansal, Binny Bansal, Mukesh Bansal -- of Flipkart



Myntra made news when they were seized by Flipkart for a $370 million deal. Nonetheless, the company has a 30 per cent market share in online flipkartfashion along with Flipkart adding 20 per cent. Although the company works independently its targeting sales of 2,000 crore doesn’t fall in the profitable slot yet. Moreover, the in-house brand that includes Roadster and Dressberry holds up to 60 per cent of its sales.



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Deepinder Goyal of Zomato



Zomato made headlines from attaining Menumania.co.nz, a popular New Zealand-based zomatorestaurant. It furthered its quest by raising series of funding, taking over Lunchtime.cz and Obedovat.sk the Czech Republic's and Slovakia's restaurant guides. Its fifth international acquisition was an Italy-based startup.



Zomato has now risen over $110 million with an estimation of over $650 million.  

Bhavish Agarwal of Olacabs



Olacabs gained prominence when it secured the best startup in India as per the Economic Times survey. Holding on to its unique identity it started olacabspremium woman-only pink cab service. The company also managed to raise funds worth Rs 250 crore. They also fell in opposition to the laws  passed by the government of being banned in the capital and gained favor by the High Court to operate in Delhi.



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