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  1. Prachi Vishwakarma
    Prachi Vishwakarma says:

    # The term *unicorn* was coined in the year 2013 by the founder of the *Cowboy Ventures, Aileen Lee* , when she referred to the 39 startups that had a valuation of more than $1 billion as unicorns.
    # The term was used to put an emphasis on the rarity of such startups.

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  2. Jagta Rani
    Jagta Rani says:

    Thank you so much sir
    Unicorn is a private startup company, valued at over $1 billion. the term was coined is 2013 by capitalist Aileen Lee, choosing the mythical animal to represent the statistical rarity of such successful ventures

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  3. Esan Panigrahi
    Esan Panigrahi says:

    Thank you Sir ☺☺☺☺
    The Startup Company whose annual turnover is more than 1Billion$ then it is called Unicorn Startup.
    It was firstly termed by Venture Capitalist Allen Lee.
    Some of Indian Companies which entered into Unicorn are Zomato,OYO,Swiggy.
    Foreign Companies like UBER.

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  4. Bhargab Kashyap
    Bhargab Kashyap says:

    Thnq very much Sir for this important Video.

    Today's Answer's-
    ➡️The term unicorn was coined in the year 2013 by the founder of the Cowboy Ventures, Aileen Lee.

    ➡️A unicorn is a startup company founded after 2003 which has a current valuation of more than $1 billion.

    Thnq Sir !!

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  5. siddhartha prasad
    siddhartha prasad says:

    A unicorn is a privately held startup company valued at over $1 billion. … A decacorn is a word used for those companies over $10 billion, while hectocorn is the appropriate term for such a company valued over $100 billion.

    The term is coined by Aileen Lee

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  6. avinash kumar
    avinash kumar says:

    Yepp, it is difficult for startups to pay 4 months & 1-week salary for free.

    Govt should think twice before announcing any ridiculous move. They announced this scheme for the benefit of women but this scheme is actually harming women.

    And Why they are forcing companies to pay more for free?

    If the govt has increased maternity leave by 3 months at least they pay the salary of all women for 3 months.

    This move is creating unnecessary pressure on companies, women & govt as well. It is a lose-lose situation for everyone.

    They could have increased the maternity leave only by 7 weeks which they were paying.

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