After raising a $30 million Series round in October 2021, B2B business for natural fiber force chain ReshaMandi has managed to gauge at a scorching pace in the financial time ending March 2022. Its gross profit blew up 20X and crossed the Rs 400 crore mark in FY22. The three-year-old establishment’s gross collections stood at Rs 413.8 crore in FY22 as compared to Rs 20.6 crore in the first full financial time of its operations, according to its periodic fiscal statements with the Registrar of Companies(RoC). It’s planning to incursion into the US and European requests soon.
Besides its present immolations in silk, cotton, viscose and linen, ReshaMandi aims at expanding its footmark in natural fabrics to include accoutrements similar as hair, jute and composites while experimenting with orders similar as sisal and banana. ReshaMandi works with many growers, reelers, needlewomen, and retailers in the natural fibre force chain to ameliorate productivity, boost their nethermost line and transfigure the quality of their lives. Lately, ReshaMandi entered the Southeast Asian and MENA region with the goal of being a one- stop shop for all natural and recycled fabrics. It has supplied further than 15 million metres of natural fabric to more than 500 different realities including exporters, manufacturers of traditional Indian fabrics, vesture, and home furnishings.
Out of these 500, further than 200 are exporters who sell goods to encyclopedically recognised brands. Natural fibre force chain incipiency ReshaMandi has claimed to have recorded a triple increase in profit at crores for the first nine- month of this financial year against its full- time income in 2021- 22. The company expects to grow five times in profit in the current financial compared to FY2022. ”The Company’s profit increased between FY2021 and FY2022 to Rs 413.8 crore, and by 302 per cent so far in the three digits of FY 2022-23 to Rs crore, ”Reshamandi said in a statement. The incipiency claims to have posted a functional profit in the December 2022 quarter and plans to come net profit positive in the coming two digits.