Voonik, a Bangalore-based design startup, has purchased Bangladesh-based ShopUp. In any case, the measure of the securing is yet to be uncovered by the startup. In addition, Voonik has proceeded with its B2C retail business and joined with kids brand Schoolay drove by Kiran Hiriyanna. With this arrangement, Voonik will help ShopUp to get outstanding client experience and it will likewise support its business.
ShopUp was established by Afeef Zubaer Zaman, Siffert Sarwar, and Ataur Rahim Chowdhury in 2017. It is a B2B stage for specialized and business backing to support smaller-scale organizations. It gives apparatuses to installments, dispatching, listing, and give advances for business purposes.
Established by Sujayath Ali and Navaneetha Krishna in 2013, Voonik is an online stage for ladies, which empowers clients to shop from different stores. It has raised $30 million subsidizing up to now.
Sujayath Ali said Voonik is probably the best stage in the market for purchasing garments for ladies and will assist with getting remarkable client experience to ShopUp alongside the extension of its business.
When inquired as to why Voonik isn’t thinking about any Indian accomplices, Sujayath answered, Voonik is getting enough open door in India, however, it is additionally energizing to team up with Bangladesh startup ShopUp.
With this arrangement, ShopUp accepts that it will be a game-changing move for the Bangladeshi ladies, as under 30% of females are accessible for employments.
Last April, 95K specialists were a piece of ShopUp, and more than 5k individuals are joining each week. In addition, it has 3 Lakh online retailers, who support their business by publicizing on Facebook.
As of late, Sequoia Capital India, Times Internet, and Beenos Partners have put resources into Voonik. Also, it has obtained applications, for example, Trialkart application, event wears brand Zohraa, Getty salon, and beautician stage Styl.