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BIRA 91
07 Dec
2016
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In Startup50 2016: In September 2015, when we featured Bira 91’s founder Ankur Jain, the article was headlined ‘Unapologetically Indian’. Jain founded BIRA 91 with a grand vision to be at the helm of a craft beer revolution in India. In spite of inventory related challenges, the Jury picked the company for building a strong brand and penetrating its brand into a hyper-competitive market.

Ather Energy
07 Dec
2016
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In Startup50 2016: For their ability to sustain momentum on their big, bold, hi-tech venture in the electric two wheeler segment. In October this year, Hero Motocorp, India’s largest two wheeler manufacturer announced an investment of Rs. 205 crore in the company.

CREO
07 Dec
2016
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In Startup50 2016: For its big, bold and hi-tech approach of creating the Android experience of the future.

Southern Health Foods Pvt. Ltd.
07 Dec
2016
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In Startup50 2016: For clocking a turnover of Rs. 47 crore in FY2016, and for cracking the code to build an FMCG brand in the health foods segment

Triguni Food Pvt. Ltd.
07 Dec
2016
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In Startup50 2016: For building a robust brand in the airline food segment, and for setting up a profitable business in a competitive segment, and most importantly, building a memorable brand.

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