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    Aditya birla group get into house of brands format with ‘TMRW’.

    announced the formal launch of its new ‘House of Brands’ entity– TMRW, which is in line with the group’s strategy to launch and back new-age digital ventures.

    TMRW will create India’s largest portfolio of disruptor brands in the fashion & lifestyle space and enable the next phase of direct-to-consumer (D2C) growth in India, which is poised to be $100billion market by 2025, the company said in a release.

    “Over the next 3 years, TMRW will acquire as well as incubate 30+ innovative, customer-obsessed brands. The venture will also enable multiple founders to operate within a synergistic ‘house of brands’ platform that shares a common vision and shared capabilities,” Aditya Birla said in the release.

    has appointed ex-Facebook & Bain executive, Prashanth Aluru, as the CEO and co-founder to lead the build-out of this new venture. Aluru will set up a team and he comes with extensive experience in digital & technology across strategy, growth, and investing. Aluru brings entrepreneurial experience in helping build and scale new-age ventures in digital & e-commerce, the company said.

    TMRW will also tap into the capabilities and networks of the and and Lifestyle ecosystems to provide to emerging and disruptor brands.

    “The formal launch of our D2C business, TMRW, is a key milestone for the company. This venture has the potential to become a significant growth engine by tapping into the new wave of entrepreneurial energy in India. Our aspiration is to build a portfolio of 30+ brands in the next 3 years,” Ashish Dikshit, MD of ABFRL said in the release. Adding, “With the launch of this venture, we intend to double down on our ongoing program of strategically attracting new pools of capital that are seeking investment in high-growth businesses. We are confident that this foray will successfully meet the aspirations of digitally native consumers and also create long-term value for investors and other stakeholders.”

    “I am excited to embark on this journey to build TMRW – a long-term enduring platform that will be home to the leading disruptor brands that provide the new age digitally savvy consumer what she is looking for across fashion & lifestyle. With the backing of the Aditya Birla Group and the right profile of long-term investors, we will bring in, we are confident of powering the growth of several brands that shape the next phase of digital commerce growth till 2030 and beyond” Aluru said in the release. He also said, “With a new-age digital-first DNA, at TMRW, we will jointly create an ecosystem of the most-loved disruptor brands partnering closely with highly competent founders.”

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