Blume Ventures Invests $1mn In Mumbai Based Voxpop Clothing

voxpopMumbai based clothing startup Voxpop Clothing has raised $1 million in funding from its existing investor Blume Ventures. The funds will be used to add new category of products in its existing offering, expand the team and increase its tie ups with brands.
Voxpop Clothing was launched by Harvard alumnus Siddharth Taparia and offers a collection of popular TV, comic and film character designs on T-shirts and other clothing.  As the website says, voxpop stands for ‘voice of the people’ and believes in selling customized apparel to their fans.
Last year, it had raised $400K from Blume Ventures accompanied by others investors from India and the US
Blume Ventures’ previous investments include GreyOrange, Covacsis, Kuliza Technology, Adepto, E2E Networks, Mettl, Intellocut, WeAreHolidays among others.

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