Rai said by 2025, Indian software products revenue will be USD 70-80 billion against the existing USD 10 billion.
DPIIT startups under the Startup India programme had created 1,54,558 jobs in 2019 up from 95,338 jobs in 2018. (Representational Image)
The number of startup unicorns in India may surpass 50 by 2022, a senior official said on Friday. The country is home to 21 unicorns at present, collectively valued at USD 73.2 billion, as per the Hurun Global Unicorn List 2020. The US and China have 233 and 217 unicorns, respectively. A unicorn is a privately-held startup valued at over USD 1 billion.
“In 2012, we had one unicorn… and by 2022, India will have about 52 unicorns,” Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) Director-General, Omkar Rai, said at the ABP Group’s ‘Infocom 2020’.