The professional network giant, LinkedIn, has released a list of best start-ups to work for India.
Oyo Hotels and Homes stole the top position. Earlier in April, it had also made it to LinkedIn's 2019 Top Companies list.
"This year, the world’s third-largest hospitality chain, Oyo Hotels and Homes has retained its pole position on the list by expanding its services across 80 countries and becoming a decacorn in 12 months," LinkedIn stated.
Health and wellness start-up Cure.Fit attained second spot, while networking platform for professionals TapChief surpassed on-demand local delivery service Dunzo to secure third rank in the list.
The other top start-ups on the 25-member list are Razorpay, Bounce, Udaan and Dunzo among others.
The start-ups were ranked on basis employment growth, job interest, and attraction of top talent.
According to LinkedIn, these start-ups collectively generated about 18,000 jobs in the previous year, and are expected to create more than 19,000 new employment opportunities in upcoming months.
Below we have enlisted the 2019 Top 25 Start-ups in India:
1. OYO Hotels and Homes
8. Acko General Insurance
12. Little Black Book
18. Digit Insurance
19. Karza Technologies Private Ltd
21. Pristyn Care
22. WhiteHat Jr
25. Stanza Living
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