Indian Entrepreneurs Shine on Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia List , Who Are They?
Indian Entrepreneurs Shine on Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia List , Who Are They?

Forbes recently unveiled its 30 Under 30 Asia list, celebrating 300 young entrepreneurs, leaders, and innovators across the Asia-Pacific in various fields. Among them are several Indian entrepreneurs making waves in consumer technology.

Raghav Arora and Akshit Bansal, founders of the EV charging startup Statiq, were recognized for their nationwide network of charging stations for electric vehicles. The duo, part of the 'Industry, Manufacturing and Energy' category, have secured $27.5 million in funding and are set to achieve profitability next year.

Bhagya Shree Jain, founder of The Disposal Company (TDC), was featured in the 'Social Impact' category. TDC advises consumer goods firms on reducing plastic usage and brokers plastic credits to fund plastic waste collection.

Aayush Anand, CEO of Ship Global Express, focuses on affordable international shipping for SMEs. His New Delhi-based firm raised $2.5 million in seed funding.

Ankit Jain and Narayan Lal Gurjar, cofounders of EF Polymer, developed a biodegradable water-retention product for agriculture, raising over $4 million.

Rahil Gupta, CTO of Hop Electric Mobility, designs electric motorbikes. His startup raised $6 million, including $2.6 million from a publicly listed Indian firm.

Ankit Jaipuria, founder of ZYOD, supports small fashion brands in India with design and logistics services, raising $3.5 million in seed funding.

Abhi Gawri and Alok Bagaria, creators of Loopworm, convert insects into animal feed, receiving $3.4 million in seed funding.

Pranav Manpuria, cofounder of Flux Auto, develops autonomous driving software for forklifts, receiving nearly $6 million in funding.

Arun Sreyas and Gautham Maheshwaran, cofounders of RACE Energy, offer swappable battery packs for auto-rickshaws, raising $4 million.

Dinesh Venkatasami, Karthikeyan Adhikesavan, Keerthivasan Ravi, and Phunith Kumar V, founders of Raptee Energy, designed an electric motorbike with $5 million in funding, including $3 million from Bluehill Capital.




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