Byju’s, Zomato, Paytm: Start-up Trends To Watch Out For In 2023

A Sneak Peek 

Business Today Magazine offers a sneak peek into the startup trends to watch out for in the new year 

Start-ups Face
A Reckoning 

Start-ups rose high on the pandemic-induced digital euphoria in the public markets in 2021. However, the global economic environment shifted in 2022, slowing down the growth 

Looming Fears
Of Slowdown

Besides a tightening funding climate, fears of a global slowdown are sweeping through the start-up industry

A Long Winter 


The ongoing start-up bloodbath of distress sales, shutdowns and layoffs, that began in mid-2022, is expected to last through the New Year and possibly longer

Zomato’s Quarterly Results

Zomato in its latest quarterly results said the company has made significant improvements on both cost and revenue sides 

Profits Around The Corner For Zomato?

Global brokerage firm Jefferies says Zomato is gaining market share over rival Swiggy while its quick-delivery service Blinkit continues to grow impressively. Are profits around the corner for Zomato?

Testing Times For BYJU’s


After two years of hyper-growth on the pandemic-led digital boom, edtech start-ups have been facing a tough time 

Make Or Break Year For BYJU’s

Layoffs are rampant in the sector- BYJU’s fired nearly 2,500 people with a renewed focus on sustainability and capital efficient growth, 2023 will be the year to watch out for


Paytm Struggles With Investors 

Paytm continues to struggle to convince investors about its business model. The company has given a guidance of becoming EBITDA-positive by the quarter ending September 2023 


Paytm Outlook Still Cloudy 

As a distributor, Paytm is still banking on loan volumes, but the payments, investments and other business lines have to fire to make profits. However, the odds seem quite dim now 

Adani Wilmar Stock: Up Nearly 140% From Its Issue Price! What's Next?

Next Visual Story 

Produced By: Anshula Raj

Click Here

Next: Mukesh Ambani 2nd-highest ranked CEO: Indian-origin execs dominate top 10