The toxin free personal care start-up is breaking new grounds in Pre and Post Natal Care and has opened 5 stores in the city in the short span of one month.
India's leading toxin-free personal care start-up catering to pre and post-natal care, The Moms Co. has announced the launch of their brand new stores across Bengaluru. The launch follows close on the heels of the brand partnering with Cloudnine Group of Hospitals, India's leading chain of maternity, childcare, and fertility group of hospitals in India.
The Moms Co's current expansion includes large-scale domestic presence through modern retail stores, multi-brand outlets, general trade and exploring tie-ups with major retail chains. The company has doubled its offline retail presence across the country in less than a year to 11 stores. Bengaluru seemed like an obvious choice as over 30% of The Moms Co. sales, comes from the city alone.
The Moms Co. has successfully opened 5 new stores in the short span of one month across Bengaluru making their current offline availability to 11 across Delhi, Gurgaon and Bengaluru. The brand aims to set up 150 retail stores by 2019, targeting revenue of two crores a month by March 2019.
Rohit M. A., Co-founder & Managing Director, Cloudnine Group of Hospitals, said, "We at Cloudnine are delighted to collaborate with Moms Co whereby the entire range of products from pre-natal care kit to aid pregnant women will be made available across all our hospitals in Bengaluru. The customized personal hygiene options offered by Moms Co is not only safe and toxic free but most recommended by obstetricians and gynecologists across the country."
Malika Sadani, Founder, The Moms Co., remarked, "The launch in Bangalore marks the next stage of our evolution as a brand. We are excited to mark our presence in the city where we have registered 30% of our sales coming from. We couldn't have asked for a better partner than Cloudnine, with their vast knowledge of the demographic and a solid presence in the city, we hope to reach out to a larger number of consumers."