• Mumbai, India
  • E-commerce

What does your home say about You? # Make your Home your Style HQ

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Team Summary

Kamlesh is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountant of India since 2003 and holds a MBA from Macquarie Graduate School of Management Sydney, Australia. Kamlesh started his professional career with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Bombay, India advising large MNCs in establishing new businesses, restructuring existing operations and raising capital in a tax efficient manner. Post his MBA in 2006, he worked with KPMG in Sydney Australia advising large MNCs on competitor and industry analysis, performing supply chain reviews aimed at identifying the key value generating areas within the organisation, competitor analysis and benchmarking and performing independent valuation studies He was head hunted by Royal Bank of Canada to head up its transfer pricing function for the Capital Markets business with Asia Pacific. In his role he was involved in establishing a number of new Fixed Income and Currency, Equity Trading, Treasury and Advisory led businesses in the region In 2013 he was seconded by RBC to London UK to head up the Global Transfer Pricing function for RBC's Funds Administration business. In his current role he is involved in the integration of business acquired by RBC and reviewing the current global operating structure and advising the senior management on opportunities to build operational efficiencies.


Product/Service Summary

To offer contemporary global design furniture and soft furnishing. which is customizable at an affordable price - Affordable luxury. Furnishing is nascent product category and with near 100% YoY growth is on course to be the next big thing after apparels. Current estimated market size $8 B and is largely unorganized. Huge gap in Indian market.

How are we different?

3 questions that guide decision making before any purchase 1. design 2. will it fit in my house and 3. is it in my budget. Existing players are focused on moving preset designs aimed at increasing volume or offer very little customization. The designs are traditional and are not in tune with the aspirations / global exposure of the masses.

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