This start-up in Gujarat that got awarded by Amit Shah is winning accolades globally

A youth based out of Ahmedabad in Gujarat has got his startup featured among the top 100 start-ups in the world barely a year after the launching and got awarded by Home Minister Amit Shah. Really inspiring isn’t. Continue reading to know more….

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Dream to feature among top 10 companies

Ahmedabad based Roshan Rawal (22) is dreaming big and wants to see his company Exposit Immersive Solution Pvt Ltd in the list of 10 most promising immersive tech companies in the world.
Rawal is amongst the people who work tirelessly to make their start-ups soar new heights by putting in lot of hard work.

The success

Within such a short span, Exposit has become an award-winning start-up. A gold medal was conferred upon the company by Home Minister Amit Shah. It was also selected as the world’s top 100 Start-Ups at ‘Start-Up Turkey’ which was also financially supported by the Gujarat Government.

Launched in 2019

“I introduced myself with these immersive technologies and then realized it has huge scope and opportunity in each sector and was fascinated with its impacts on immersive engagement in the various domains from manufacturing, education, healthcare, training, marketing and many more,” he told Chalgenius.
He launched his company on January 1, 2019 to never look back and started his journey of new ambitions.

The strength

The company has an army of young entrepreneurs and is backed by the Gujarat Government and powered by Adani Institute Innovation Hub (AIIH). It serves the industries with stunning Augmented and Virtual Reality innovative solutions to help enterprises in their employees’ training and productivity, marketing, educational experiences, immersive awareness campaign, and attentive customer outreach.

The Laurels

Exposit also won the ‘Early Stage Startup’ award at the Sankul Day and Best Campus Startup Award of Gujarat at the SSIP International Conference. Roshan says his initiative was also praised by Gujarat CM Vijaybhai Rupani and Former Governor of Gujarat Om Prakash Kohli. It has served over 50 Industrial Clients including Adani, Government of Gujarat, Pal-V (the Netherlands based Flying Car Company), and many more.


Rawal says that the company has a highly trained, dedicated team, helping entrepreneurs, professionals, and industries streamline success. It helps spare one’s time to focus on the bigger picture by taking care of the little details.

Covid-19 Impact

The company is indeed affected by Covid-19. “Due to lockdown in the early days, our many projects got delayed and resource utilization for the operation was more consuming, but now things are getting better for us. Many people are willing to explore more virtual technology and where we getting benefitted,” Rawal told Chalgenius.

The future plan

Rawals says that he wants to see Exposit in the world’s top 10 most promising immersive tech companies.

Get in touch

Roshan Rawal
+91 7623072273

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