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5 Popular Startups That Are Founded By Siblings

| Published on April 11, 2020

The bond between siblings is the strongest if no rivalries are involved. The strength showcased by that bond is unique and has been honoured, not just personally, but also in the professional aspect. We take a look at the sibling duos from the entrepreneurial world that have left many startups successful.

Imarticus Learning


Imarticus Learning rose to fame due to its financial and analytics centre-based education approach, that was launched by brother-sister duo, Sonya Hooja and Nikhil Barshikar. It was started in 2012 and sought to overcome the very evident gap between education and industries. Currently, the startup has a reach over various Indian cities including Bangalore, Hyderabad, Delhi, Pune, Chennai and Mumbai.

Imarticus Learning (@imarticus) | Twitter

Campus Sutra


This apparel label is run by siblings Sonal Agarwal, Aditya Agarwal, Khusbhoo Agarwal and her husband Dhiraj Agarwal. The private firm makes customised t-shirts, pants and accessories for college and university students. The brand has an official website and also sells via Flipkart, Myntra and Amazon.

Kyazoonga

Kyazoonga is popular as India’s first online ticketing company. It is based in Delhi and Pune currently and was founded by siblings Akash and Neeta Bhatia. Although it had an early launch in 2007, it took its time to gain popularity and is now well known as the only ticketing company to have secured an Olympics online bid as well.

Slideshare


A great platform to create and share presentations was the brainchild of sibling duo Amit Ranjan and Rashmi Sinha. It was also acquired by LinkedIn in 2012 hitting the numbers in revenue generation and has ever since been growing.

Homegrown

If you are looking for an online portal for the best in art and fashion, take a cue from Homegrown started by Varun and Varsha Patra. It has given momentum to the lifestyle news section through its chic look and minimalistic writing.

Homegrown

Source: Business Standard

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