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    1-India Family Mart raises Rs 20 crore debt funding led by APAC Financial Service Private Limited

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    , a fast growing value retail chain owned by Nysaa Retail Private Limited offering affordable and fresh fashion apparels, lifestyle products and general merchandise has raised debt funding worth Rs 20 crore. The funding, led by , will be leveraged by the company for expanding to newer geographies as well as for its working capital requirements.

    1-India Family Mart raises Rs 20 crore debt funding led by APAC Financial Service Private Limited

    Endeavouring to match the fashion aspirations of individuals living in small towns which they can afford, 1-India Family Mart currently stands strong with 90 stores across 81 cities of Eastern and Northern India generating revenue of over Rs 400 crore.

    Commenting on securing the funds, , Chief Financial Officer, 1-India Family Mart said, “This round of external funding reflects our commitment towards maintaining a healthy growth rate and profitability on the financial books. This growth capital will give us the resources and flexibility to further expand aggressively to new territories and geographies to accelerate the brand’s attempts to meet the fashion expectations of diverse customer groups with refreshingly different retail experiences. This round is part of the larger capital raise which the company is in the process of closing which will fund the company to scale its business till it goes public within the next two years”

    1-India Family Mart raised its first external funding worth US $7 million from Carpediem Advisors Pvt. Ltd in 2018 for investing in expansion, technology, CRM, warehousing and storefront training. Following this latest round of funds, the company is planning to add up 40 stores in the current year and 50 stores by 2020 aiming to eventually address the fashion needs of the country’s population that primarily reside in Tier-II, III and IV cities.