Day: December 5, 2015

Top 10 hyperlocal startups in India

What is Hyper local business model ?

  • Hyper local business model will give the platform to enable local offline services to anywhere and anytime
  • It solves the problem of matching immediate demand with the nearest available supply in the most optimized manner
  • The Indian e-commerce industry is poised to cross USD 100 billion by 2020. Hyper local start ups will have significant contribution on this

Lets see top ten hyper-local start ups in India


  • Grofers is a hyper local delivery platform that allows users to order via their mobile app and get delivery of everything from grocery to pet food within hours  : Visit : Grofers 


  • TinyOwl is a location-based food ordering startup.From confirming the order to informing the customer about the estimated delivery time  app does it all. Visit tinyowl


  • BigBasket is one the early entrants in the online grocery shopping arena. Visit BigBasket


  • Swiggy, another food delivery startup.Swiggy’s popularity can be attributed to no minimum delivery requirement, availability of local restaurants, eateries and dessert places and much-talked about service . Visit:Swiggy


  • LocalOye is  a mobile marketplace for hiring local service professionals, a service that will surely come in handy for anyone new to a city. LocalOye allows users accessibility to services like tutors, home services, wellness experts and help with events, using their mobile app. Visit localoye


  • ZopNow, a Bengaluru-based online grocery store, claims to be the largest in the city. Its location-based service allows users to order grocery through the mobile app and website. Visit Zopnow


  • PepperTap  is Delhi’s solution for online grocery shopping. Once you order groceries using its mobile app or website, PepperTap claims to deliver it in within two hours. Visit peppertap


  • YuMist is a new entrant in the food delivery market with an aim to deliver homely meals with a few taps on your Android phones.     Visit Yumist


  • Momoe claims to be a mobile payments experience that allows payments via a mobile app at restaurants, retail stores, home deliveries and urban markets in Bengaluru. Visit Momoe


  • LetsBinge claims to be an innovative payment application for the F&B industry. The app, available for iOS and Android, allows users to store up to four card details, gives the ability to split bills and other payment options. Visit: Letsbinge

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