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Razorpay Recognised India’s Most Sought-After Startups: Reports

Razorpay Recognised India’s Most Sought-After Startups: Reports 1

Razorpay, which is the India’s first holistic converged payments solution company having its headquarter based out Bangalore, today announced that it has been named to the 2018 LinkedIn Top Startups List, which honors the 25 most sought-after startups in India.

Razorpay has now come up in the 9th rank in this year’s edition of LinkedIn’s Top Startups list. It truly reflects the work culture and work environment that Razorpay fosters within the company for its internal employees. Which helps them in achieving many significant milestones early on in their journey, Razorpay has witnessed growth both in terms of market share and mindspace with customers and industry peers.

Anuradha Bharat, Head – People Operations at Razorpay says, “Over the last three and half years, we have been working towards building an inclusive yet diverse, fun & impactful workplace that employees take pride in. We are delighted and honoured to have been featured as one of the top 10 most attractive startups. LinkedIn’s recognition is a testimony of right efforts and the resultant excellence.”

She also added in a statement that, “At Razorpay, we practice a transparent work culture and always encourage our people to develop hunger to learn and achieve more – work for their passion and think like entrepreneurs. This recognition adds to our list of significant milestones reassuring that our efforts are in the right direction, inspiring us to take excellence to new heights.”

The LinkedIn Top Startups list has been come from a blended score looking at factors including interest in the company, job retention and interest, engagement with the employees, and is informed by the billions of actions which is taken place by more than 575 million professionals which are available on LinkedIn.

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