The internet startup startup space in India is not as crowded as you might think, as the country has just become the second most-populous country in the world after China, and a large number of startups are starting their own companies to cater to a growing online marketplace.
In fact, according to a report by CB Insights, India is the country where over 70 percent of internet startups are now based.
According to the report, there are over 100,000 internet startups in the country, with a total of more than 50,000.
Of the companies that were listed on the Indian market, over half were based in Delhi, followed by Bengaluru, Chennai and Bengaluru-NCR.
The most popular cities in the nation are Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Pune, Kurukshetra and Kolkapuram.
India has become the biggest startup hub in the region.
There are over 20 million startups in India with more than 7 million startups registered across the country.
The country is also home to more than 200 internet startups and more than half of them are based in the city of Bengaluru.
With more than 70 million startups, the country’s startup ecosystem is expected to grow from a $12 billion market share in 2014 to over $250 billion by 2025.
According to the Startup India 2020 report, the sector is expected at more than $1.6 trillion in 2019-2020.
The internet startup landscape in India has been changing rapidly in recent years as the internet is becoming more popular in a growing segment of society.
The internet has been seen as a social network and a platform for digital innovation, especially for smaller and medium sized businesses.
In 2015, the internet surpassed the 50 million mark.
There were over 4.5 billion unique visitors to the internet in 2015, up from 4.2 billion in 2014.
The startup ecosystem in India in 2020 is expected a $30 billion to $40 billion market by 2025, with the growth rate growing at an average rate of 10 percent every year.
This growth is expected due to the increased demand for startups and the ability of the Indian startups to grow at the rate they are growing.
According the CB Insight report, over 50 percent of the companies in India are based on a small- and medium-sized scale, which are valued at over $5 billion.
In 2017, India’s internet startup ecosystem was valued at $13.5bn.
The industry had grown at an annualized growth rate of over 9 percent.