Indkal Technologies Secures $36 Million in Maiden Funding Round

Indkal Technologies
Preeti Bali / 7:12 am / June 14, 2024

Indkal Innovations, a Bengaluru-based buyer gadgets organization, has effectively gotten its very first speculation round, raising $36 million (roughly Rs 300 crore). The financing round was driven by Mauritius-based Aries Open doors Asset.

Strategic Investment to Enhance Product Development and Distribution

This influx of capital will be strategically allocated to bolster Indkal’s product development infrastructure. The company plans to establish a new R&D facility specifically dedicated to enhancing air conditioners, televisions, washing machines, and refrigerators. Additionally, a portion of the funds will be directed towards expanding Indkal’s distribution network and establishing a robust service network across the country. The company did not disclose its valuation following the funding round.

A History of Collaboration and Brand Licensing

Founded by Anand Dubey, Indkal operates as a brand licensing company. The company manufactures a wide array of consumer electronics and large appliances for globally recognized brands such as Acer and Black & Decker.

Diversification Through Wobble and Impressive Financial Performance

Indkal as of late revealed its own kind of wearable and sound items under the name Wobble. The organization’s monetary presentation has additionally been noteworthy. Indkal supposedly shut FY24 with an income of Rs 800 crore, with Wobble contributing a huge piece of this aggregate, assessed to be between Rs 250-300 crore in the last monetary year. Indkal has likewise experienced uncommon development in the TV class, flaunting a momentous 300% increment in deals for the beyond three continuous years.

Financial Statements Reveal Growth and Profitability

Indkal’s annual financial statements filed with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) paint a picture of a company experiencing significant growth. The company’s revenue has more than quadrupled, jumping from Rs 61 crore in FY22 to Rs 260 crore in FY23. Additionally, Indkal achieved profitability in FY23, reporting a profit of Rs 10.89 crore, a significant improvement compared to the Rs 11.60 crore loss incurred in the previous fiscal year.

Indkal Joins a Wave of Recent Funding Success Stories

Indkal’s funding round is part of a recent trend of companies in India securing strategic investments or completing their maiden fundraising efforts. Just a few weeks prior, TechnoSport, a 17-year-old performance wear brand, secured its first external funding round, raising $21 million from A91 Partners. Similarly, Libas, a fast fashion omnichannel ethnic wear brand, also achieved its first external funding round, securing $18 million from ICICI Venture’s IAF Series 5 fund. Most recently, JCB (Jean Claude Biguine) Salons India, a salon chain, raised $4.8 million from Blacksoil, an alternative credit platform. Indkal’s success in securing funding underscores the positive investment climate in India and the increasing confidence in the country’s domestic consumer electronics market.


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