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EleFant Raises $750,000 in Seed Funding to Revolutionize Toy Access for Children

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Preeti Bali / 7:22 am / July 4, 2024

The funding round was co-led by Venture Catalysts and Malpani Ventures, with participation from a distinguished group of investors. This group includes prominent figures like Sudhakar Pai, Managing Director of Kurlon Industries, and the Jyothi Pradhan Family Office, associated with Kurlon Industries. Extra financial backers incorporate Agre Worldwide FZE, Development 91/Development Sense, IVY Development, and Serious One Capital.

Funding Fuels Growth Strategies

EleFant plans to use the obtained assets to advance its production network foundation. This enhancement will prompt diminished conveyance times and lower costs, at last upgrading the client experience. Besides, the organization expects to put resources into information investigation abilities. This information driven approach will permit EleFant to acquire further bits of knowledge into its client base, empowering them to more readily serve the requirements of guardians and youngsters.

A World of Toys at Your Fingertips

Founded by Sourabh Jain, EleFant boasts a curated selection of toys and books catering to children aged 0-12 years. The platform partners with over 70 leading brands, offering a diverse collection of more than 600 options. In a remarkable achievement, EleFant has garnered over 13,000 registered users and a loyal base of 1,000 fully paid subscribers within a mere 10 months of its launch.

Empowering Women Entrepreneurs: The Librarian Model

EleFant goes beyond simply providing toys; it fosters women’s entrepreneurship through its innovative Librarian Model. This model empowers home-based women entrepreneurs across India to establish themselves as “Librarians.” These Librarians manage toy inventories within their communities and facilitate toy exchanges. As brand ambassadors for EleFant, they promote sustainable play practices while earning a fixed income. Currently, EleFant boasts a network of over 52 Librarian centers spread across India.

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