8 Most Prominent Serial Entrepreneurs Of India 

Mukesh Bansal Mukesh Bansal initially founded Myntra, and later in 2014, sold it to Flipkart. In Myntra, Bansal not only developed a strong brand but also some other fashion labels, that still drives Flipkart's fashion sales. 

Vishal Gondal He initially founded IndiaGames in 1999, and eventually sold it to Walt Disney company in 2011 for a $100 million deal. Later on in 2014, he launched his another venture named GOQii, a wearable fitness technology company.

Anupama Dalmia She initially joined Infosys in 2006, but later on quit her job to pursue her passion. She founded three ventures named, Rhythm & Beats, Tingle Your Taste Bids, and turned her business into an online website in 2014. In 2019, she launched venture, Beyond the Box.

Krishnan Ganesh  Under his name he has four successful ventures names, Tutor Vista, CustomerAssest (now known as FirstSource), and IT&T. Currently, he's been leading his another venture named Portea Medical - Heal at Home.  

Pooja Goyal Pooja started an enterprise in the Bay Area which got closed during 2001 downturn. Later on she built Intellitots. After that in 2020, she started another venture named Avishkar, which is an edtech startup. 

Sachin Malhan  Sachin Malhan in August 2003, founded Law School Tutorials, which later on was sold to Career Launcher in 2004. In July 2006 he co-founded Rainmaiker. In 2008, he co-founded Inclusive Paints. Later on in 2012 he joined as the executive director at Ashoka Changemakers.

Somdutta Singh In 2018, she started Assidus Global Inc, an AI powered e-commerce platform, which helps D2C brands to launch, scale, and expand their business across various e-commerce platforms and geographical areas. 

Arjita Sethi Arjita Sethi after completing her masters in social entrepreneurship in 2014, launched Equally, which is an AR (Augmented Reality )platform with her husband Anshul Dhawan. The platform Equally has onboarded over 20,000 users onboarded.