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Over these few years, we have been able to garner strong investor support to build Zivame as one of India’s most loved brands. No one ever imagined intimate wear for women to be mainstream and attention deserving. It is support from them that is helping us change this very notion.

Zivame plans to open more offline stores

Zivame will set up offline experience stores in three cities this month and scale up to 50 such customer touch points by next year.

Economic Times

July 8, 2016

Online lingerie retailer Zivame may open 50 offline stores by March ’17

Much on the lines of e-tailers like Lenskart, Pepperfry and Firstcry, Bengaluru-based online lingerie retailer Zivame is looking to expand its physical presence with plans to open 40-50 brick-and-mortar stores by the end of this fiscal year.

Financial Express

July 8th, 2016

Lingerie your choice, not salesman’s

women shopping in the smaller shops need to put themselves through the embarrassment of asking “salesman bhaiyya” for details about range and fit which could leave them a trifle red-faced. Zivame and Famous Innovations now give you, my lady, the option of shopping for your lingerie online. And they have created two interesting TVCs to illustrate the point.

The Hindu Business Line

Apl 7, 2016

Zivame, India's Leading Online Lingerie Retailer, Helps Women Find The Right Fit

Buying bras in India can be excruciating–what with male staff milling around, clueless salesgirls and the aura of embarrassment shrouding the experience. Richa Kar, founder of online lingerie retailer Zivame, sought to change all of that when she started her company in 2011.

Forbes Asia

Jan 27, 2016

Zivame urges women to discover themselves inside-out

Online lingerie platform for women Zivame.com has launched a brand campaign conceptualised by Famous Innovations. The ad film features women expressing the difference between their personalities projected to the ‘outside’ world versus how they really are ‘inside’.

Campaign India

Oct 13, 2015

Zivame raises Rs250 crore in series C funding

Online lingerie store Zivame, owned by Actoserba Active Wholesale Pvt. Ltd, has raised Rs.250 crore in a series C funding round from Zodius Technology Fund and Khazanah Nasional Bhd, the investment holding arm of the government of Malaysia.

Live Mint

Sep 3, 2015

Office Cool- There’s room for Work and Play

Online lingerie store Zivame, owned by Actoserba Active Wholesale Pvt. Ltd, has raised Rs.250 crore in a series C funding round from Zodius Technology Fund and Khazanah Nasional Bhd, the investment holding arm of the government of Malaysia.

Times of India

May 8, 2015

Zivame raises Rs250 crore in series C funding

Lingerie shopping in India has typically been something nobody talks about. The ‘one size, one style – fits all’ necessary purchases were usually found at the local market shop, and bundled into a discreet brown paper bag. Zivame was born out of a vision to change this.

Forbes

Feb9, 2015

Zivame plans to open more offline stores

Zivame will set up offline experience stores in three cities this month and scale up to 50 such customer touch points by next year.

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Economic Times

July 8, 2016

Online lingerie retailer Zivame may open 50 offline stores by March ’17

Much on the lines of e-tailers like Lenskart, Pepperfry and Firstcry, Bengaluru-based online lingerie retailer Zivame is looking to expand its physical presence with plans to open 40-50 brick-and-mortar stores by the end of this fiscal year.

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Financial Express

July 8th, 2016

Lingerie your choice, not salesman’s

women shopping in the smaller shops need to put themselves through the embarrassment of asking “salesman bhaiyya” for details about range and fit which could leave them a trifle red-faced. Zivame and Famous Innovations now give you, my lady, the option of shopping for your lingerie online. And they have created two interesting TVCs to illustrate the point.

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The Hindu Business Line

Apl 7, 2016

Zivame, India's Leading Online Lingerie Retailer, Helps Women Find The Right Fit

Buying bras in India can be excruciating–what with male staff milling around, clueless salesgirls and the aura of embarrassment shrouding the experience. Richa Kar, founder of online lingerie retailer Zivame, sought to change all of that when she started her company in 2011.

Read more on Forbes Asia

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Forbes Asia

Jan 27, 2016

Zivame urges women to discover themselves inside-out

Online lingerie platform for women Zivame.com has launched a brand campaign conceptualised by Famous Innovations. The ad film features women expressing the difference between their personalities projected to the ‘outside’ world versus how they really are ‘inside’.

Read more on Campaign India

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Campaign India

Oct 13, 2015

Zivame raises Rs250 crore in series C funding

Online lingerie store Zivame, owned by Actoserba Active Wholesale Pvt. Ltd, has raised Rs.250 crore in a series C funding round from Zodius Technology Fund and Khazanah Nasional Bhd, the investment holding arm of the government of Malaysia.

Read more on Live Mint

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Live Mint

Sep 3, 2015

Office Cool- There’s room for Work and Play

Online lingerie store Zivame, owned by Actoserba Active Wholesale Pvt. Ltd, has raised Rs.250 crore in a series C funding round from Zodius Technology Fund and Khazanah Nasional Bhd, the investment holding arm of the government of Malaysia.

Read more on Times of India

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Times of India

May 8, 2015

Zivame raises Rs250 crore in series C funding

Lingerie shopping in India has typically been something nobody talks about. The ‘one size, one style – fits all’ necessary purchases were usually found at the local market shop, and bundled into a discreet brown paper bag. Zivame was born out of a vision to change this.

Read more on Forbes

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Forbes

Feb 9, 2015