Good Glamm’s babycare strategy

One year after acquiring BabyChakra, beauty and personal care giant The Good Glamm Group is doubling down on the mom-and-baby segment.
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Good Glamm’s babycare strategy

One year after acquiring BabyChakra, beauty and personal care giant The Good Glamm Group is doubling down on the mom-and-baby segment.

“Everything needs a bit of setup time…growth will be aggressive in the coming months,” Naiyya Saggi, Co-founder, The Good Glamm Group and Founder, BabyChakra, tells YourStory

The beauty D2C startup hopes its recent acquisitions in the space will help it create a one-stop shop for mom and baby needs across all price points and categories. 

Key takeaways:

  • In October 2021, The Good Glamm Group bought The Moms Co., a mom-and-baby startup that specialises in toxin-free personal care products. 
  • India's baby care market was pegged at about $10 billion as of 2021 and is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of over 17% percent to almost $40 billion by 2029, according to Data Bridge.
  • Key segments of the baby care market which include toys, toiletries, and diapers are growing by 13-14% percent per annum.

Bollywood’s first stuntwoman

Sanober Pardiwalla is considered Bollywood’s first stuntwoman.

By the age of 12, she had already earned a black belt in karate. When an ad shoot for Nakshatra Diamonds came calling, she performed some somersaults and gymnastic moves as a double for Aishwarya Rai and realised she was good at it. This kickstarted her career. 

Thrill factor:

  • Sanober has been a part of more than 145 movies, performing stunts in the air, underwater, on the ground, and more.
  • Stunt doubles like Sanober are part of the Movie Stunt Artists Association which provides them with medical insurance. 
  • As for the future, Sanober says she will stick to movies and will either be choreographing stunts, or be a safety coordinator or a rescue diver.

Digit Insurance files for IPO

Insuretech startup Digit Insurance has filed draft documents for an initial public offering (IPO). It is looking to raise Rs 1,250 crore from a fresh issue of shares and through an offer for sale of 10.94 crore equity shares for an undisclosed amount.

The Fairfax-backed company, founded by insurance veteran Kamesh Goyal, offers a full stack digital platform with solutions across motor, health, travel, property, marine, liability, and other segments. 

Key takeaways:

  • Currently, Go Digit Infoworks holds a majority stake in the startup. 
  • The company may sell around Rs 250 crore of shares in a pre-IPO placement.
  • In FY2022, 2021, and 2020, motor insurance accounted for 79.6%, 87.6% and 92.6% of Digit’s Net Earned Premium (NEP), respectively. 

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