Home grown, digitally native wellness brand Vahdam India says it has witnessed strong growth and ended FY 2021 with a delivered net revenue of ₹159 crore, up from ₹75 crore in FY 2020, registering 110 per cent YoY growth.
Not many get invited to Oprah Winfrey’s high tea. But in 2018 and 2019 when she listed her Favourite Things, the world learnt what she sipped on: Vahdam India’s Tea Trio, elegantly packed in round tins, and its Turmeric Tea Tales snug in a yellow box.
Kolkata: Home-grown wellness brand Vahdam India will source Darjeeling tea from 15 Goodricke-owned gardens in the Hills. The premium Indian brand sells 90% of its sourced tea abroad, especially the US
Global direct-to-consumer tea brand Vahdam Teas has partnered education technology startup Byju's to digitally tutor less privileged children of tea estate workers from about ten tea estates in Darjeeling.
In a conversation with YSWeekender, Bala Sarda, Founder and CEO of VAHDAM India, talks about why he took up his family's tea business, foraying into the American and European markets, and his success mantra.
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India added 80Mn shoppers in the last three years alone to reach 130Mn today. The COVID-19 pandemic has further accelerated online adoption amidst the temporary closure of physical retail stores and the growing wariness for public places
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Vahdam Teas, an India-based e-commerce startup that sells fresh tea in international market, has closed a new financing round as it looks to expand its presence in the U.S. and Europe.
Bala Sarda, founder and CEO of Vahdam Teas, in an interview with CNBC-TV18, said he is very hopeful for a strong season for the industry overall.