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6 start-ups join unicorn club this week; 150 likely by 2025, say experts

The pandemic is expected to accelerate big-ticket venture capital, private equity as well as consolidation related deals in unicorns and soonicorns in the country

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Start-ups | unicorn companies | Indian companies

Peerzada Abrar & Shivani Shinde  |  Bengaluru/Mumbai 



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The Covid-19 pandemic seems to have accelerated the pace of joining the ‘unicorn’ club, with as many as 10 crossing the $1-billion valuation mark this year. Six of them have turned unicorns this week only. According to investors and experts, India is expected to have 150 unicorns by 2025.

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First Published: Sat, April 10 2021. 06:10 IST

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