Union cupboard ministers Piyush Goyal and Ashwini Vaishnaw together with Karnataka chief minister Basavaraj Bommai would be the company of honour on the glittering ceremony to have fun one of the best of Startup Inc.
The winners in 9 classes had been chosen by our high-powered jury at a digital assembly on October 28, 2022.
Razorpay was voted as The Financial Instances Startup of the Yr 2022 in what was arguably probably the most contested class. It was chosen because the winner for its know-how and product stack together with its potential to take at the very least some parts of its enterprise world.
In doing so it joined a prestigious record of earlier winners, which embody meals supply agency Zomato, inventory buying and selling platform Zerodha, logistics and provide chain agency Delhivery, on-line transportation app Ola, enterprise software program maker Freshdesk, meals supply platform Swiggy, and hospitality model Oyo.
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Listed below are all of the winners from the 9 classes on this 12 months’s Startup Awards:
■ Razorpay, the Bengaluru-based on-line funds options firm, received high honours because the
Startup of the Year
■ Falguni Nayar,
founder and CEO of Nykaa, bagged the newly launched CEO of the Year award
■ Shekhar Kirani, companion, Accel,
won the Midas Touch Award for Best Investor
■ The award for the
Bootstrap Champ went to Noise, a wise wearables model with sizable income and income.
■ The prize for
Top Innovator went to Eyestem, a Bengaluru-based cell remedy firm.
■ Cloud telephony platform
Exotel was chosen as the winner of the Comeback Kid category
■ Solinas Integrity, a deep-tech agency based at IIT Madras that develops robotic options for the pipeline and sanitation business
was adjudged as the Best on Campus.
■ Smita Deorah, co-CEO, Lead, an edtech firm,
was the winner in the Woman Ahead category
■ Plastic recycling startup
Banyan Nation was the Social Enterprise winner.
ET had assembled a jury comprising high Indian and world enterprise leaders, buyers and entrepreneurs. Headed by Salil Parekh, chief govt officer of Infosys, it additionally included: