Varco Leg Care Secures Funding to Boost Leg Health Management

Varco Leg Care
Preeti Bali / 2:20 pm / April 17, 2024

Varco Leg Care, a leg care brand headquartered in Delhi, has secured $500,000 (over Rs 4.5 crore) in a seed funding round. This investment, led by Sunicon Maiden Fund, an early-stage venture capital firm, comes on the heels of previous funding rounds that brought Varco Leg Care a total of Rs 3.1 crore ($370,000). While the company did not disclose its current valuation, it did reveal a significant increase of twofold within the last ten months.

Funding Fuels Growth Strategies

Varco Leg Care plans to utilize the newly acquired capital to strategically enhance its operations across various areas. This includes expanding its physical presence through increased offline touchpoints, advancing research and development (R&D) efforts to further develop its product line, and optimizing marketing strategies to reach a wider audience.

Revolutionizing Leg Health Through Technology and Expertise

Founded on the principle of leveraging technology and clinical knowledge, Varco Leg Care aims to revolutionize the way people manage their leg health. The company offers a comprehensive range of leg care products designed to address various leg health concerns, including varicose veins, diabetic foot issues, foot ulcers, and restless leg syndrome.

Impressive Growth Trajectory

Varco Leg Care reports a remarkable 110% increase in revenue over the past year. Since its launch in 2022, the company has served more than 5 lakh customers and established itself in over 3,000 medical stores across major Indian cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, and Delhi.

Expanding Accessibility: Online and Offline Presence

Varco’s goods are available to consumers at reputable stores including Guardian Pharmacy, Noble Plus, and Wellness Forever. Additionally, the company offers its products directly through its website and major online marketplaces like Amazon, Flipkart, and 1mg. This multi-channel approach ensures convenient access for customers across India.

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