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Woovly announces One-of-its-kind Diwali Sale



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New Delhi [India]Oct. 27 (ANI/NewsSee): Woovly, a social commerce platform for millennials in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities, has announced its Diwali sale from Oct. 20 to Oct. 31. The exclusive sale will allow its customers to grab only Rs 49/- branded products.

Through this sale, Woovly users can enjoy huge discounts, such as buying three products from the same brand at a fixed price of 35%; buy two products of the same brand in an apartment at a 25% discount; buy any product at 20% off respectively. The platform launched a large-scale sale on its beauty and wellness products.

Neha Suyal, co-founder of Woovly, said, “We have high hopes with the festive season and the Diwali sale. Our goal is to make it easy for our customers to purchase their trusted beauty and wellness at an affordable price. For us, customer satisfaction is of the utmost importance, and this sale will certainly put a smile on their face on this happy occasion!”

Following online shopping trends, this is Woovly’s second sale after the BigBoom sale. The sale includes a wide range of products from well-known brands such as Mamaearth, Bella vita Organic, Mars by GHC, Baby Chakra, The Woman’s Company and Nature’s Essence. The platform expects significant growth in terms of orders and revenue in this festive season.

Powered by a community of creators, Woovly is a social commerce platform for millennials in Tier II, III, and IV cities. By watching short videos produced by micro/nano influencers, Woovly users can quickly find and buy lifestyle products. Influencers who generate traffic and sales receive monetary rewards from Woovly. Launched in 2020 and founded by Venkat and Neha Suyal, it is India’s leading social commerce portal, and despite the pandemic, it has grown by 500% in the past 1.5 years. Prior to that, Woovly secured a $3.6 million investment from a group of investors including Anthill Ventures, ViNners, and Sana Ventures. Bengaluru, India is the company’s headquarters. The startup’s growth has been organic since it changed its business model in 2020.

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