Meet these four Indian sibling dream teams who made it big

Take inspiration from these brother-sister entrepreneurs who established successful businesses, and build your own dream team!

Launched in 2006

Brother-sister duo Amit Ranjan and Rashmi Sinha are behind successful startup Slideshare, a hosting service for professional content such as presentations, documents, etc. The company, which boasts of a 70 million user base, was acquired by LinkedIn in 2012 for a whopping US$119 million.

Launched in 2007

Started by siblings Neetu Bhatia and Akash Bhatia, along with Arpita Majumder, Kyazoonga is an e-ticketing company that’s carved a niche in the USD$1 billion non-movie ticketing segment. Ratan Tata, Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons, invested an undisclosed amount of funding in the startup in 2016.

Launched in 2013

After discovering bar inventory takes up to six hours, Anjali Kundra and Nikhil (‘Nik’) Kundra launched Partender, an app that allows restaurants and pubs to do the job in just 15 minutes. It received seed funding of US$50,000 in 2013. Mark Zuckerberg’s parents and sister invested in the startup in 2014.

Launched in 2013

Swati Gupta and Rahul Gupta saw an opportunity in the industrial supplies market and launched Industrybuying, an online B2B e-commerce portal. Bootstrapped in its first year of operations, the company has received close to USD$40 million in funding.

Have a business idea?

Discuss it with your sibling this Raksha Bandhan. You could build the next Slideshare!