India is the 8th largest e-commerce market globally and is expected to hit the $1 Tn market size by 2030. The ever-growing D2C brands and thousands of merchants selling via marketplaces play an important role in catering to India’s e-commerce boom.
Whether a company sells via D2C route or marketplaces, several business owners face problems with e-commerce funding. While the funding principles stay the same, traditional sources of e-commerce startup funding are no longer enough for founders. The lack of flexibility in bank loans and dilution of ownership with e-commerce venture capital often become counterproductive for the growth plans of these businesses. How does Revenue Based Financing fit in this picture?
This is how Revenue Based Financing (RBF) can help e-commerce businesses grow at their own pace through its key differentiating features:
Venture capital in the Indian e-commerce sector declined by 63% in 2022! Amidst this and a global funding winter looming large, raising capital has increasingly become challenging for D2C brands.
Amidst this newer, faster, and more founder-friendly ways to raise e-commerce funding are changing the game for the sector. Revenue Based Financing is enabling D2C brands with a recurring revenue stream to raise capital seamlessly for inventory, marketing, operational expenses, and growth.
In less than 48 hours your e-commerce or D2C brand can raise up to ₹30 Cr from Klub.