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Lingerie e-tailer Buttercups gets funding from former Snapdeal exec Chandrasekaran, others

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Arpita Ganesh, Founder & CEO, ButterCups
Bengaluru-based online lingerie retailer Buttercups Bras Pvt. Ltd has raised an undisclosed amount in funding from Snapdeal’s former chief product officer Anand Chandrasekaran as well as existing investors Kanwaljit Singh and Manoj Varghese. The company said in a statement it will use the funds to...

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Four lingerie e-tailers in India that have caught investors’ attention

The online lingerie market has immense potential as it addresses the primary problems of lack of privacy and limited choice associated with offline lingerie sales. Various reports put the Indian lingerie market as a $3 billion opportunity, with only 1% of sales happening online. Meanwhile, the numbe...

23 May, 2016 | More »

Pankaj Vermani, CEO, Clovia

How Clovia plans to go after customers in tier 2/3 cities with an omni-channel strategy

Online lingerie retailer Clovia is focusing on tier 2 and 3 cities as it tries to carve out a niche for itself in the Indian lingerie market. Realising that 60% of its sales are coming from tier 2 and 3 cities, the platform is coming out with new products and designs based on customer feedback [&hel...

17 May, 2016 | More »

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Ronnie Screwvala’s Unilazer Ventures leads $6M investment in lingerie e-tailer Zivame

Bangalore-based Actoserba Active Wholesale Pvt Ltd that owns and operates the online lingerie store Zivame has raised $6 million afresh in a round led by Ronnie Screwvala’s Unilazer Ventures. Existing investors Kalaari Capital and IDG Ventures also participated in the round. The funds will be used...

11 December, 2013 | More »

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Excl: Lingerie e-tailer Zivame raised more funding from existing investors Kalaari and IDG Ventures

Lingerie e-tailer Zivame.com, run by Bangalore-based Actoserba Active Wholesale Pvt Ltd, raised more funds from existing investors Kalaari Capital and IDG Ventures, sources told Techcircle.in. The two investors had originally committed funds in the Series A round of funding of the startup in March 2...

7 August, 2013 | More »

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13 potential e-commerce M&As to watch out for in India in 2013

In 2012, we had seen the beginning of some serious consolidation in the Indian e-commerce space – a segment which has been a darling of venture capital investors for the past two-three years. We had seen Flipkart buying out and later downing the shutters on the electronics e-tailer Letsbuy; Myntra...

16 January, 2013 | More »

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E-com logistics startup Chhotu now clocking over 1,000 deliveries a day

When gold rush happened most of the money was made by the diggers and shovel makers and the same could apply to the e-commerce ‘boom’ in India. Even as almost all e-com firms are struggling to make their venture profitable, Delhi-based startup Santa Claus Couriers Pvt Ltd, which operates its las...

5 October, 2012 | More »

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IndoUS Venture rebrands as Kalaari Capital; closes $150M early-stage fund

Kalaari Capital, a new entity formed by the founders of Indo US Venture Partners (IUVP), has raised an investment fund worth $150 million for the Indian market. Though the investment strategy of IUVP fund and Kalaari will be similar, this is a rebranding for IUVP which would help it to bring in fres...

28 September, 2012 | More »