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30 Startups To Watch: The Startups That Caught Our Eye In September 2020

30 Startups To Watch: The Startups That Caught Our Eye In September 2020

Inc42 has curated a list of 30 early-stage startups that have shown the most promise in the past few months

The selected startups were founded after 2018 and have achieved product differentiation even as businesses across the world are trying to clock pre-Covid revenue levels

Enterprise tech seems to be flavour of the season, with around 10 out of the 30 startups functioning in the sector in this month’s list. Around 26% startups operate in edtech and deeptech

Businesses the world over are gearing up for a reboot. They are rethinking recovery strategies, marketing or sales funnel, strengths and opportunities and are moving towards gaining back some of the lost ground, all this while ensuring employees are safe and their jobs are secure. For some startups in India, the pandemic has also unleashed the opportunity to come up with innovative solutions and also help businesses scale faster.

This month, our list of 30 Startups revolves around companies with interesting product propositions with plenty of B2B products in the fray. All these early-stage startups are leveraging the latest technology and tapping into the newer needs of consumers and businesses. With venture capital funding also recovering in Q3 2020, the Indian market could be on the comeback road.

30 Startups To Watch: September 2020

The enterprise tech sector seems to have got a big boost due to the post-pandemic market conditions. Companies that ease operational hurdles that have seen their stock rise and are also seeing increased investor interest.

In our list for September 2020, 10 out of 30 startups are operating in enterprise tech. Investor sentiments are also leaning towards startups in deeptech, edtech and ecommerce in the past few months, with agritech, known often as the least-disrupted sector, also gaining more attention.