Arvind Internet is expanding its omnichannel services to customers in South East Asia, West Asia, and the US. For the financial year ended March, Arvind Internet’s revenue was up 91 per cent.
It is moving out of India and expanding into Malaysia, Hong Kong, Kuwait, among others.
In October last year, Arvind Internet started providing technological and back-end support to large brands for scaling their businesses across multiple channels — brick and mortars, apps and websites.
As a business-to-business e-commerce player, Arvind Internet helps single brands set up e-commerce websites and other omnichannel capabilities. The company has over 42 brands on its platform, including 16 Arvind-owned brands.
In the past three months, the company has partnered with Bata, Wildcraft, Soch, CK, And, Global Desi, Tommy Hilfiger, Numero Uno, Scullers and Indigo Nation, helping them go live with their omnichannel services.
Arvind Internet is the e-commerce arm of textile major Arvind. Its omnichannel services enable online sales for offline retailers and brands. Arvind Internet operates the omnichannel platform NNNow.com that was launched in May 2016, and Creyate.com, its consumer website for customised clothing, launched in late 2013.
Having worked with large brands groups like PVH (which owns Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Van Heusen etc), it has inbound sales happening.