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Indian Startup IPOs And Earnings: How India’s New-Age Tech Companies Performed After Public Debut

Indian Startup IPOs And Earnings: How India’s New-Age Tech Companies Performed After Public Debut

In 2021, the Indian startup ecosystem went past three remarkable milestones — the overall funding crossed the $100 Bn mark, a record-breaking 40 startups turned unicorns and 11 Indian startups listed publicly through IPOs.

Nine of these startups have already made their secondary market debut and are listed for trading on Indian and international stock markets. And six among these have listed at a premium, indicating the growing acceptance of IPOs as an exit opportunity for investors and also as an aspiration for startup founders and entrepreneurs. The nine startups that listed on the stock exchanges in 2021 have a cumulative market cap of over $56 Bn

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Indian Startup IPOs And Earnings: How India’s New-Age Tech Companies Performed After Public Debut

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Key Highlights

16+

Upcoming Indian Startup IPOs

IndiaMART

Had The Highest ROAS In FY21

13.8 Years

Average Time Taken By An Indian Startup To IPO

Zomato

Has The Highest Market Cap Among Listed Indian Startups

Table Of Contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Competitive Landscape: Public India Startups
  • A Look At Zomato’s Delectable Performance
  • All About Nykaa’s Performance Makeover In Q3
  • How IndiaMART Fared In Q3 2021
  • Nazara’s Cutting-Edge Performance
  • CarTrade On The Right Track ?
  • The State Of New-Age Indian Startup IPOs
  • Indian Tech IPOs Coming In 2022

Summary

Today it takes approximately 13.8 years for an Indian startup to go public. As compared to the seven years taken on average for an Indian startup to achieve one billion dollar plus valuation. However, the average time taken for a startup to become a unicorn in India has decreased over time. As per Inc42 Plus research, startups founded in and before 2011 took an average of 9.3 years to become unicorn whereas startups founded in and after 2012 took an average of 4.8 years to become unicorn. Indicating a 48% decrease in the average time taken. Similar to how the average number of years taken by an Indian startup to become a unicorn has reduced 48% over a decade. We expect a similar reduction in average time taken for an Indian startup to go public. The fact that post-2020 the adoption rate of technology solutions among business and consumers has surged along with the maturity of the investor ecosystem in India. We estimate a 50% reduction in average time taken for an Indian startup to go public from the current 13.8 years to 6.9 years by the end of next five years.

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