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An Analytical Study of Start-Up Trends: An Indian Perspective

Journal of Entrepreneurship & Management

Volume 8 Issue 2

Published: 2019
Author(s) Name: Rajwinder Singh, Sahil Manaktala, Ankit Gupta, Sunil Kumar Singh | Author(s) Affiliation: B.E. Student, Dept. of Comp. Scie. and Engg., Chandigarh College of Engg. and Tech., Chandigarh.
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With the growing consumer market, India is one of the most favorable places to open a start-up. Various factors that influence the start-ups’ success, change over time. Their effects have to be analyzed properly in order to sustain this ever-evolving fast-changing world of trends. In this paper, we aim to study the most common patterns of funding in Indian start-ups industry and to analyze the current status of these start-ups. Means of interactive graphs have been employed to get an insight of the analysis done on the data set. Various start-ups have been categorized broadly into 8 industry verticals, then the graphs have been presented to show the number of start-ups opened in this category and also about how many of them were unsuccessful or being closed. This paper presents the analysis report to get an insight into present trends of investments in various industries and the success rate of start-ups opened in those industries.

Keywords: Start-ups, Funding, Industry Verticals, Trend Analysis, Preprocessing

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