South African Cricket Star AB de Villiers Invests in D2C Nutrition Brand Supply6

Preeti Bali / 7:14 am / July 3, 2024

Supply6, a direct-to-consumer (D2C) brand focused on nutrition, has secured an investment from former South African cricketer AB de Villiers. The exact amount invested remains undisclosed. De Villiers will likewise act as the brand envoy for Supply6.

Boosting Growth and Promoting Healthy Living

This strategic partnership comes after Supply6’s previous funding round in July 2022. Founded in Bengaluru by Vaibhav Bhandari and Rahul Jacob in 2019, Supply6 offers a range of health supplements designed to support overall well-being.

Addressing Nutritional Needs and Enhancing Performance

The organization’s product offering handles normal lacks in fundamental nutrients and minerals like Vitamin D and B12. They additionally give designated answers for stomach wellbeing, skin wellbeing, and energy levels.

De Villiers, known for his pinnacle athletic execution, shared his energy for the organization: “Nourishment is essential to wellbeing and accomplishing ideal execution. Supply6’s obligation to furnishing advantageous and extensive arrangements reverberates with my devotion to prosperity. I’m dazzled by their quick development and eager to help their central goal of advancing sound ways of life.”

A Competitive Market and Rising Trend of Cricketers in Startups

Supply6 contends in a packed market with laid out sustenance brands like OZiva, BoldFit, and HealthKart. Curiously, this news adds to a developing pattern of cricketers wandering into the startup world.

Comparative models remember Shikhar Dhawan’s speculation and brand ambassadorship for D2C brand Svish, MS Dhoni’s contribution as a financial backer and diplomat for Pune-based electric vehicle startup EMotorad, KL Rahul’s interests in Oto Capital, Hyugalife, and XYXX, and Hardik Pandya’s interests in Aretto, Yu Foodlabs, LenDenClub, and Bidzapp.

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