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Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia List 2024 Released

The ‘Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia’ list for 2024 celebrates young entrepreneurs and leaders under the age of 30 from the Asia-Pacific region. This prestigious list includes remarkable individuals across ten categories, highlighting their innovative contributions and leadership.

In the enterprise technology category, several Indian entrepreneurs have made a significant impact, showcasing the country’s growing influence in this sector. Here are the Indian honorees in the enterprise technology category:

Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia List 2024

Forbes unveiled the 9th edition of its 30 Under 30 Asia list. This list highlights young entrepreneurs and leaders under 30 from the Asia-Pacific region across ten categories. These categories include art, entertainment, sports, finance and venture capital, marketing and advertising, retail and e-commerce, enterprise technology, industry, manufacturing and energy, healthcare and science, social impact and consumer technology.

Name(s) Startup Founded Description Funding Key Investors
Kunal Aggarwal Credflow 2019 Cashflow management software for SMEs, providing business data analysis, automated payment reminders, and credit lines based on cashflow strength. $9 million Stellaris Venture Partners, Omidyar Network India
Mukul Anand Rehook.ai 2021 AI-driven platform for personalized customer promotion campaigns, providing data analytics and customized discounts. $2 million (pre-seed) Beenext, Y Combinator
Gaurav Piyush, Mayank Varshney, Yash Sharma Blitz 2020 Logistics company improving same- or next-day delivery services, originally known as Grow Simplee. $3 million (seed) IndiaQuotient
Archit Chauhan, Shaifali Jain, Sunny Garg Crib 2021 Property management software (SaaS) streamlining tasks for landlords, including rent collection and tenant connection. $2.7 million Rebright Partners
Aditya Dadia Alwrite 2022 Digital solutions for India’s insurance sector using machine learning for cost-benefit analysis, risk evaluation, and product development. $1 million (angel) Pidilite Industries’ Apurva Parekh
Aryan Sharma, Ayush Pathak Induced 2023 Educating robots to perform monotonous back-office work, improving process automation. $2.3 million OpenAI CEO Sam Altman
Aditi Sinha, Rishabh Jain Locale.ai 2019 Workflow management platform integrating data from multiple platforms, alerting teams about issues like low inventory levels. $5 million Better Capital, Chiratae Ventures
Harshit Mittal Supplynote 2019 Management software for the Indian restaurant business, handling online orders and inventories. $5 million Artesian, Venture Catalysts
Esha Manideep Dinne, Varun Vummadi GigaML 2023 Platform helping businesses build large language models, improving pre-existing models for specific use cases. $3.6 million (seed) Y Combinator, Nexus Venture Partners
Ankit Bansal, Ishan Rakshit, Priy Ranjan Shopflo 2021 E-commerce company specializing in checkout software for smaller firms, offering specialized interfaces and marketing efforts. $3.7 million Better Capital, Tiger Global, TQ Ventures
Smarthveer Sidana HireQuotient 2022 AI-driven HR firm transforming candidate filtering and interview processes. $3 million Peer Capital’s Rohit M A, Flipkart founder Binny Bansal

Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia Indian Entrepreneurs

Kunal Aggarwal, Founder of Credflow

Kunal Aggarwal on LinkedIn: [Funding alert] Fintech startup CredFlow raises  $2.1M in seed round; to… | 73 comments

Kunal Aggarwal founded Credflow in 2019, a platform that helps small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) manage their cash flow. The software enables businesses to analyze their financial data, automate payment reminders, and extend credit lines based on their cash flow strength. Credflow has garnered approximately $9 million in total funding from investors like Stellaris Venture Partners and Omidyar Network India, positioning it for further growth.

Mukul Anand, Co-Founder of Rehook.ai

Mukul Anand

In 2021, Mukul Anand co-founded Rehook.ai, a Bangalore-based startup that leverages artificial intelligence for personalized customer promotion campaigns. Rehook.ai provides data analytics and customized discounts to clients, enhancing their marketing strategies. The company secured nearly $2 million in pre-seed funding in 2022 from investors such as Beenext and Y Combinator.

Gaurav Piyush, Mayank Varshney, and Yash Sharma, Co-Founders of Blitz


Blitz, originally known as Grow Simplee, was founded in 2020 by Gaurav Piyush, Mayank Varshney, and Yash Sharma. This Gurugram-based startup focuses on improving logistics with same- or next-day delivery services. Last year, Blitz raised $3 million in seed funding from IndiaQuotient, aimed at expanding its network of warehouses and fulfillment centers.

Archit Chauhan, Shaifali Jain, and Sunny Garg, Co-Founders of Crib

Crib is changing the landscape of PG/Hostel Business in India using  technology | Startup Story

Crib, founded in 2021, is a property management software company that uses cloud-based technology (SaaS) to streamline tasks for landlords. Co-founders Archit Chauhan, Shaifali Jain, and Sunny Garg have developed a platform that simplifies rent collection and connects landlords with tenants efficiently. Crib has attracted $2.7 million in investment, with significant backing from Rebright Partners.

Aditya Dadia, Founder of Alwrite

Alwrite Raises Rs 10 Crore In Seed Funding

Aditya Dadia founded Alwrite in 2022, offering digital solutions for India’s insurance sector. Alwrite utilizes machine learning for cost-benefit analysis, risk evaluation, and product development. The company has secured over $1 million in angel funding, with notable support from Pidilite Industries’ executive vice chairman, Apurva Parekh.

Aryan Sharma and Ayush Pathak, Co-Founders of Induced

Aryan Sharma and Ayush Pathak: The whizkids behind Induced AI being funded  by Sam Altman

Induced, established in 2023 by Aryan Sharma and Ayush Pathak, aims to educate robots to perform monotonous back-office work. With $2.3 million in financing and support from OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, Induced is set to revolutionize the process automation sector.

Aditi Sinha and Rishabh Jain, Co-Founders of Locale.ai

Delivery services get smarter and faster with location AI | Outlook Business

Founded in 2019 by Aditi Sinha and Rishabh Jain, Locale.ai helps streamline workflow management by integrating data from multiple platforms. The software alerts teams about issues like low inventory levels. Locale.ai has raised $5 million in funding, backed by investors such as Better Capital and Chiratae Ventures.

Harshit Mittal, Co-Founder of Supplynote

Harshit Mittal - SupplyNote | LinkedIn

Harshit Mittal co-founded Supplynote, which provides management software for the Indian restaurant business. Originating as a dorm room initiative, Supplynote has grown into a comprehensive platform managing online orders and inventories. It has raised $5 million in capital and is supported by investors like Artesian and Venture Catalysts.

Esha Manideep Dinne and Varun Vummadi, Co-Founders of GigaML


GigaML, established in 2023 by Esha Manideep Dinne and Varun Vummadi, offers a platform to help businesses build large language models. The startup has received $3.6 million in seed funding, with support from Y Combinator and Nexus Venture Partners, aiming to improve pre-existing models for specific use cases.

Ankit Bansal, Ishan Rakshit, and Priy Ranjan, Co-Founders of Shopflo

Tiger Global Makes Seed Funding In Shopflo

Shopflo, founded in 2021, specializes in checkout software for smaller firms. The company offers specialized interfaces and marketing efforts. Shopflo has received $3.7 million in funding from investors like Better Capital, Tiger Global, and TQ Ventures.

Smarthveer Sidana, Founder of HireQuotient

Disrupting recruitment process using technology: Interview with Smarthveer  Sidana, Founder & CEO at HireQuotient, ETHRWorldME

Smarthveer Sidana leads HireQuotient, a Singapore-based firm that transforms HR with AI-driven candidate filtering and customized interview processes. With nearly $3 million in funding, supported by industry experts like Peer Capital founder Rohit M A and Flipkart founder Binny Bansal, HireQuotient is making significant strides in the HR sector.

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Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia List FAQs

What is Forbes Asia 30 under 30?

Forbes released its ninth edition of the “30 Under 30 Asia” list on Thursday, celebrating 300 young entrepreneurs, leaders, and trailblazers under 30 who are driving innovation and transforming industries across the Asia-Pacific region.

How many Indians are in Forbes 30 Under 30?

Forbes on Wednesday, May 15, released its 30 Under 30 Asia list for 10 different categories, which included Healthcare and Science. The list for the category featured seven Indians, which includes researchers, academicians, healthtech entrepreneurs and startup founders.

How to get featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 India?

Forbes 30 Under 30 is renowned for spotlighting individuals who have demonstrated outstanding achievements and significant impact within their respective industries before reaching the age of 30.

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