The most definitive list of promising tech companies that have
been shaping the country’s startup ecosystem for over a decade.
As one of the most sought after startup recognition programmes, with Tech30 we bring together some of the most forward-thinking entrepreneurs in the tech and startup world.
Our goal is to work together with these startups and entrepreneurs to not just unravel new and emerging tech that builds the future, but also unravel the scale these startups can reach.
Now in its 11 edition, Tech30 startups in fact, boasts of the top unicorns like Freshworks, Chargebee, Innovacer, and many others. We have had over 430 investors backing our Tech30 startups who in fact have gone to create a cumulative investment valuation of at least $7 billion.
Please ensure that all information submitted in the application forms is accurate and as detailed as possible. This helps with better transparency and in shortlisting of the startups. Any discrepancies found in the information provided by the startups in the application form will result in the disqualification of your entry.
Here are a few points we consider while shortlisting startups but please note that the actual
evaluation criteria will be far more exhaustive and beyond what’s mentioned below
Disruptive ideas which scream innovation and have a strong technology play
Value proposition that stands out in the competitive landscape
Market size and viability of the business model in the long term
Early traction and growth story vis-à-vis MAUs, revenue, engagement
Social impact bringing out a positive change in the world
Since 2008, YourStory’s flagship startup-tech and leadership conference, Techsparks has brought together entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, policymakers, and other top decision-makers to a single platform. TechSparks has kept an open free-wheeling exchange of ideas and innovation that changes the world around us. And the show and stakes simply get bigger this year.
In our 14th year and edition of TechSparks, we take inspiration from the Government of India’s vision of ‘Technology-enabled Development’. And thus, it will focus on “Building on India’s Tech agenda.”
The three-day long event, to be held between November 10 and 12, will see 10 main sector tracks, 15+ special focus tracks, and sessions spanning 100+ hours. The conversations will take a deep dive across ed-tech, space tech, logistics, Web3, frontier tech, and the future of work, among others.