Indian sports nutrition startup Daaki gets Angel Funding


08 January 2018, India:

Indian sports nutrition startup Daaki has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from angel investor Rohan Agila. Rohan Agila is a business partner at Capvent Advisors.

The fresh capital will mainly be used in research and product development in order to give athlete nutrition beyond existing standards.

Amit Dabas, founder of Daaki said, “Our very first task was to create a unique identity that would resonate with the consumers and at the same time get our supplementation ideas on the table. It is a fresh way to look at athlete’s food. Daaki has re-engineered sports  nutrition”.

Rohan Agila, Angel Investor said, “A company like Daaki is an innovator in itself. Be it design, be it quality, we have a strong hunch that they will push beyond their limits to deliver the best. We are honestly looking forward to working closely with the sports nutrition startup as they are sure to expand the supplementary platform and grow into new markets very soon.”

The company will close the next round of funding soon. It plans to expand its marketing operations PAN (Presence Across Nation) India as well as overseas. The company aims to manifest itself as a brand that connects with athletes and fitness enthusiasts.

Daaki was launched in 2013. It designs, manufactures and markets custom-made supplements. The company offers a range of performance sports nutrition, including protein-based workout supplements and muscle gainer supplements.

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