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StalkBuyLove Raises $1 Mn Venture Debt From Trifecta Capital, Plans For Team Expansion

StalkBuyLove Raises $1 Mn Venture Debt From Trifecta Capital, Plans For Team Expansion

Online fashion brand StalkBuyLove has raised $1 Mn venture debt from Trifecta Capital.

Founded in 2013 by Rocket Internet alumni Tushar Ahluwalia and Nishrit Srivastva, StalkBuyLove is a fashion-focussed private label ecommerce company with a tech-enabled supply-chain model.

Talking about why the company opted for venture debt, co-founder Tushar Ahluwalia said, “We saw a lot of merit in taking venture debt and partnering with Trifecta. It is a cheaper source of capital and would allow us to reduce our overall cost of funds, thus, improve ROE (Return On Equity) for shareholders.”

As per a company statement, the startup purchases raw material and creates prototypes of outfits, which are uploaded on the company website and the design is manufactured once an order is received for the same. StalkBuyLove has a pan-India presence.

The startup will use the recently raised funding to strengthen its supply chain technology and expand the team. The brand claims to have sold 65,000 garments in April 2017.

In September 2016, the startup raised an undisclosed amount of funding from William Bissell, Managing Director of ethnic retailer Fabindia.  The funding was an extension of the previous round that it raised in March 2016 from Germany-based venture fund Littlerock,, Singularity Ventures, 500 Startups and others.

Earlier this week, it was reported that Gurugram-based mobile services marketplace UrbanClap raised about $3.1 Mn (INR 20 Cr) in venture debt from Trifecta Capital.

In February 2017, Bengaluru-based fashion discovery app Wooplr raised $8 Mn in Series B round of funding from Sistema Asia fund, a proprietary fund floated by Sistema JSFC. Helion Ventures and Amereus Group also participated in this round. Other startups in this segment include Tiger Global-backed Roposo, Voonik, Purplle,  Fabence, Klip.in, etc.

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Aparna Mishra

Inc42 Staff

After a 2-year-stint at Ernst & Young, Aparna moved to Journalism. Her prior experience enables her to understand business management. An avid reader and a traveller she hopes to gain insights on the startup ecosystem at Inc42.

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