A Move towards the Global Picture: Indian Startups Transcending Boundaries

Si TeamTill some time ago, everything was meant to be ‘within the boundary walls’. Even the organization structure was the same. But as it is said, the walls are crumbling, today with the essential factors such as globalization markets, instant communications, travel at the speed of sound, political relations, changing demographics, corporate alliances and most, importantly the technological advancements taking in forms of products and production – all have resulted to bring a massive transformation. The once very rigid and unbreachable boundaries of business are fading in the face of change.

The startup culture has added more to it. Though the Indian Startup ecosystem has come off a long way, breaking of the myth is not all of them are considered to be the boon for the economy. It is only ensured when they grow into sizeable businesses with making a major impact on the economic growth of the country too.

‘There’s no problem with starting small. The bigger problem is remaining small,’– this has clearly showcased the momentous growth with making the nation one amongst the first five largest startup communities in the world. Along with the PMs ‘‘Make in India’ initiative and the emphasis on startups, the demand for them to quickly emerge as the key player not only in the base but across the globe has led to the shifting of the operations.
Escalating Beyond Boundaries!
As Indian startups continue to gain traction at home, it was obvious to ponder on why a large chunk was interested to gain traction outside India. A few were already able to grab the eyeballs. Such as Appointy, WebEngage, Helpshift, FreshDesk. TableGrabber is continuously leading the path to gain traction and customers outside India. The underlying huge opportunities, favorable policies, untapped markets and a quality conscious audience has fuelled to the quick growth of startups, beyond boundaries.

It is only ensured when they grow into sizeable businesses with making a major impact on the economic growth of the country too.

Moreover, as the Indo-US technology corridor expands, the startups largely aim to set up business units in the U.S. and product development units in Indian cities garnering business advantages such as market access and intellectual property transfer, among others.

Meanwhile, some Indian entrepreneurs are also trying to explore opportunities in countries that provide attractive citizenship privileges and opportunities to expand businesses.