Y Combinator’s newest batch — — W21 — features 350 start-ups from 41 nations. 50 %of the companies, the greatest percentage to date, in the new batch are based outside of the United States.

India is the 2nd largest group represented in the brand-new batch. The world’s 2nd largest internet market has delivered 43 startups in the brand-new batch, another record figure in the history of the storied venture firm. (For comparison, the W20 batch had 25 Indian startups, up from 14 in S20, 12 each in S19 and W19 and one each in S15, w15, and w16.)

“YC going remote has actually helped make YC more appealing to companies at different stages and far away locations. For business in India, founders no longer need to invest three months away from their teams or clients. Covid has likewise taught us that building a program that is remote and more software based makes YC more accessible to creators around the world,” the firm said in a statement to TechCrunch.

“When it concerns choosing founders in India, we accept them based upon the same criteria we judge companies from anywhere else. Founders should have the ability to communicate their local context to investors. That is an essential ability.”

Here’s a list of start-ups, in no specific order, from India that have actually made it to YC W21, with some context — — wherever possible — — on what they are attempting to construct.

QuestBook, from CreatorOS, is an app for specialists to teach in bite-sized courses utilizing chat and a mobile-first experience. We blogged about CreatorOS last year.

Leap Club is trying to develop an Excellent Eggs for India. Leap Club users can order fresh and organic groceries sourced from regional farms through the startup’s site or through WhatsApp. The startup states it delivers the product to clients within 12 hours of harvesting. Leap Club is currently garnering over $14,000 in regular monthly revenue.

CashBook is constructing a money account app for small companies in India. There are over 60 million small companies in the country, nearly all of which presently count on standard ways — — pen and paper — for accounting. The start-up released its app simply 6 months back and has currently collected 200,000 month-to-month active users. In the month of February, CashBook logged cash transactions of $511 million.

GimBooks is trying to resolve a comparable problem as CashBook, though from a different angle. The startup says it offers industry-based invoicing and bookkeeping with integrated banking and payments. Its app has actually been downloaded over 1.4 million times, collected over 11,000 paying consumers and clocked profits of over $450,000.

BusinessOnBot is relying on the appeal of WhatsApp in India, where the Facebook-owned app has actually collected over 450 million month-to-month active users. BusinessOnBot says it is building Shopify on WhatsApp for direct-to-consumer brands and medium and small sized businesses, assisting them get users and automate sales.

ZOKO is assisting businesses do sales, marketing, and consumer support on WhatsApp.

Prescribe is a Shopify for healthcare facilities. Its platform is aimed at helping medical professional’s workplaces run their business online. Users can schedule consultations, chat with the medical professional, pay and refer friends on WhatsApp.

Chatwoot is an open source client engagement suite option to Intercom and Zendesk. Over 1,000 business are currently using Chatwoot and it’s clocking $32,000 in ARR from six customers.

Weekday is assisting companies hire engineers who are crowdsourced by their network of scouts. The startup says it has actually discovered a way to fix the biggest problem with referrals — — that it doesn’t scale.

Fountain9 helps food brand names and merchants reduce food wastage. According to some price quotes, over $260 billion worth of food is squandered every year due to mismanaged inventory.

Dyte is trying to construct a Stripe for live video calls. The start-up states a firm can integrate its top quality, configurable and programmable video calling service within 10 minutes using the Dyte SDK.

YourQuote has built a composing platform, with over 100 million posts. It has more than 250,000 everyday active users. The startup clocked revenues of $200,000 last year and pays.

Fifthtry is building a Github for product documents. The tool obstructs code modifications till documentation has actually been authorized. It has actually piloted its tool with three business, all of which have more than 100 developers. The startup plans to introduce its tool openly next month.

Voosh is constructing a OYO for restaurants and dark kitchens in India, assisting them improve their economics utilizing tech.

Kodo is constructing a Brex for India, helping Little companies and indian start-ups secure business charge card. (Banks and other credit card companies are still not addressing this opportunity. The issue Brex resolved in the U.S. is even intense in India, Deepti Sanghi, co-founder and president of Kodo, stated in the discussion.

Krab offers immediate loans for trucking companies in India. India’s logistics market, in spite of being valued at $160 billion, stays among the most ineffective sectors that continues to drag the economy. Over the last few years, a handful of startups have begun to explore ways to work with trucking companies.

Bueno Future husband says it wants to assist the next billion users in India get access to financial services. It says it wants to fix for short-term cash needs of customers by utilizing digital charge card over UPI. It was to develop a Chime for India, and has accumulated 70,000 customers.

Betterhalf is constructing a Match.com for 100 million Indians. It says it is creating $75,000 in regular monthly earnings, a figure that is growing 30% monthly.

Pensil is assisting teachers who utilize YouTube monetize their courses. “YouTube is the biggest education platform in India — — but it’s not developed for teachers,” said Surender Singh, co-founder of Pensil, at the presentation on Tuesday. The startup has built tools to enable instructors to create material, facilitate discussions, and collect payments.

AcadPal operates an eponymous app for India’s 10 million teachers to share research with a tap. The start-up is trying to target a $1.4 billion market, which includes over 400,000 independent schools.

Practical Leaders is trying to develop a platform to offer cost-effective alternative to an MBA. It is currently clocking a monthly revenue of $112,000 and is cash-flow positive.

Splitsub is dealing with a problem that tens of millions of users in India deal with — — subscription tiredness. It says it has actually constructed a Pinduoduo for online subscriptions in India, allowing group buying and sharing of online memberships for services such as Netflix and Spotify.

Zingbus has actually built a platform for bus travel between Indian cities. (Several startups in India are assisting users get cabs, three-wheelers cars, and two-wheelers bikes. Buses have remained mainly untapped.)

Tilt is building a docked bike-sharing platform for Indian schools. The start-up, which has actually created about $20,000 in incomes this month up until now, says it has actually been profitable for the past 18 months.

FanPlay is a platform for social networks influencers, helping them monetize by playing mobile games with their followers and fans.

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In India only a portion of the nation’s 1.3 billion people currently have access to insurance and some analysts say that digital companies might show important in bringing these services to the masses. According to score agency ICRA, insurance products had reached less than 3% of the population as of 2017.

An average Indian makes about $2,100 a year, according to the World Bank. ICRA approximated that of those Indians who had acquired an insurance item, they were investing less than $50 on it in 2017.

3 start-ups in the present batch are planning to disrupt this market, which is mainly commanded by state and bank-backed insurance companies.

GroMo is an app for independent representatives to sell insurance coverage in India. Many insurance plan in India are offered by agents. The startup states it is already creating month-to-month revenues of over $200,000.

Bimaplan is attempting to replace the representatives with an app and reach users by a recommendation network. The app released last month and has actually currently sold 700 policies this month.

BimaPe helps users better comprehend their policies, and make informed decisions about whether those policies are ideal for them. The start-up, leveraging New Delhi’s new regulations, is utilizing a government issued ID card to bring insurance policies.

Codingal is an online, after school program K-12 trainees in India to discover computer technology. There are approximately 270 million K-12 trainees in the country.

Unschool offers expert education for college students in India. The founders say, “As former leaders in youth-run organisations with 3,000 members and edtech startups in India, we saw how colleges are not preparing students for the real world.”

Flux Auto builds self-driving packages for trucks.

SigNoz is an open-source alternative to DataDog, a $30 billion business, helping designers discover and fix concerns in their software application deployed on cloud. The startup says current laws such as GDPR and CPRA have actually assisted drive adoption of SigNoz.

Pibit.ai are APIs to turn disorganized files into structured data.

Invoid produces identity workflows in India. It’s using a substantial market chance: About 11 billion know-your-customers authentication is conduced by companies in India each year.

Redcliffe Lifesciences carries out hereditary testing and IVF treatments throughout India. Its profits in March has topped $600,000.

Veera Health is an online clinic that treats Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), a long-lasting condition that affects 10-20% females in India. The start-up states it released 12 weeks earlier, and 85% members have reported feeling “in control” of their PCOS after 1 month.

Snazzy is SmileDirectClub for India. The start-up says it offers clear aligners that are 70% cheaper than those sold by dental professionals.

BeWell Digital is constructing the os for India’s 1.5 million health centers, laboratories, clinics and pharmacies by beginning with insurance coverage regulative compliance.

Triomics is running a SaaS platform for end-to-end automation of scientific trials.

Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.