Delhi, which may be a hub for several start-ups and MNCs, is additionally considered the modern capital of India. It’s one among the highest beginning ecosystems within the country. Home to 13 unicorns, Delhi-NCR hosts over 8,500 start-ups, including big players like Paytm, Zomato, and OYO. Now a bunch of start-ups are looking at new categories. 


Navia Life Care

Founded by ISB graduate Gaurav Gupta and his friends Kunal Kishore Dhawan and Shourjo Banerjee in 2016, Navia Life Care may be a B2B SaaS-based health tech start-up.

The Delhi begin aims to empower medical service providers and make hospital visits more efficient with its voice-powered digital assistant for doctors and queue management system for clinics and hospitals.

Navia works with about 75 hospitals and clinics and is getting used by more than 300 doctors and about one lakh patients.



Gurugram-based CabBazar is a web cab aggregator for outstation travel that gives better connectivity to Tier II and Tier III cities.

Founded by Amit Dhall, Rishabh Gupta, Deepanshu Rustagi, and Dinesh Sharma in 2017 CabBazar aims to supply comfort, simple booking, and a hassle-free enjoyable journey at a competitive price through a fully-automated system, personalised feedback, partner (taxi provider) follow-up and control, and 0 payment hold for partners.

The team claims growth percent of start-up is 30 % in each months and has partnered with over 600 taxi providers in Gurugram. 



Aimed at millennials and young professionals, online platform Poshtick offers healthy snacks and drinks with its calorie count and portion stated alongside the item.

These boxes are available on a weekly and monthly subscription, and every one five boxes (only for weekdays) are delivered at the doorstep. The typical order size is Rs. 450-500. Sample boxes contain 5 healthy snacks and a beverage.

Founded by Pranav Sharma and Kritik Thakur, the Delhi-based begin is now that specialize in building retail presence in Delhi-NCR, Kolkata, and Guwahati. 



Naveen Joshi and his brother Madhuker Joshi started AllAuthor in 2016 with an aim to simplify authors’ lives. Based in Noida, it’s a web platform which provides services for book promotion including personal branding, creation of engaging content, and automation of social media promotion.

For this, it creates and provides marketing tools like graphics, banners, and videos that authors can share on their social media accounts to attach with readers. 

The start-up features a total of 5,000 authors and around 60,000 readers on its platform as of now, with maximum authors from the US (78 percent), followed by the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and India.



Chandraprakash Joshi started ixamBee after realising that while career guidance and access to quality education material for competitive exams is satisfactorily available in big towns, students in smaller towns and villages find it difficult to access such coaching centres. 

IxamBee is an ed-tech platform that makes learning material especially designed for college kids living in rural and semi-urban areas of the country. It uses text, audio, and video formats to make unlimited and free mock tests for about 55 competitive exams.

Chandraprakash was later joined by Arunima Sinha and Sandeep Singh and they founded IxamBee in April 2017,. At the present, ixamBee has learning courses for quite 10 exams, and conducts mock tests for quite 50 exams. The team claims that the location has about 1,500 paid users, variety that’s increasing monthly.