May, 26, 2017
Happiest Minds Technologies
01 Nov
2015
  • Posted by POORNIMA KAVLEKAR
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For reaching an annual run rate of us $50 million within three years of founding, and for serving over 100 global customers in disruptive technology-related services.

Urban Ladder
01 Nov
2015
  • Posted by POORNIMA KAVLEKAR
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For reinventing how customers buy furniture in india; for choosing customer delight over scale in the early days.

Hector Beverages
01 Nov
2015
  • Posted by POORNIMA KAVLEKAR
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For building a company that could be india’s answer to coke and pepsi. It was chosen for being a category creator in the indian ethnic beverage segment, for its ability to ramp up distribution and for its focus on nutritive drinks with low-sugar.

Hackerrank
01 Nov
2015
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For reinventing how technology companies hire programmers and for penetrating into silicon valley’s inner circle. Its community boasts of 864,000 developers and it helps over 1000 companies including the likes of evernote, quora, flipkart, cisco and zenefits with recruiting software developers.

Knowlarity Communications
01 Nov
2015
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For evolving into an important player in the cloud telephony space; for building a global company from india and for serving over 12,000+ customers including the likes of google.

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