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Unicel aims to more than double revenue to Rs 200 cr by 2018

Press Trust of India  |  * New Delhi 

Enterprise messaging firm Unicel is expecting to more than double its revenue to Rs 200 crore by March 2018 on the back of rise in demand of sms alerts and other technical communications services from e-commerce and banking firms.

"If the economy stays stable, growth indicators remain positive and government comes out with more favourable guidelines for our sector then we will achieve a 25 per cent year-on-year growth or more from financial year 2015-16 and by FY 2017-18, Rs 200 crore turnover mark will be over-run by us," Unicel Technologies CEO Sanjay Aggarwal said.

Unicel, founded in 2003, expects to close the current financial year with a turnover of Rs 85 crore. Leading clients of the company include Flipkart, Unilever, IBM, Axis banks, Apollo Hospitals and others.

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All Clear aiming Rs 50 cr business, to expand sales network * Glass cleaning material maker All Clean Wipes is expecting Rs 50 crore sales by next year on the back of expansion in sales network and products additions.

"We are expecting to have a sales of Rs 50 crore next fiscal. This year we are expecting it to close at Rs 10 crore," All Clean Wipes Founder & Promoter Mahesh Gupta told PTI.

All Clean Wipes which has launched this year is currently having a monthly sales of around Rs 1.5 crore, he added.

"At the moment we are doing 2 lakh pieces a month and market is huge. Our target is to do half a million a month in 2-3 years," he added.

Presently, the product has an a pan India presence at 15,000 retail outlet on Mobile and Optical Shops.

"We have strategy of taking it to one lakh retail outlet after brand building. We are spending Rs 20 crore in a year on brand building," said Gupta, who is also Chairman of water purifier maker Kent RO Systems.

The company has roped in Bollywood actress and politician Hema Malini as its brand ambassador.

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First Published: Sun, December 07 2014. 14:35 IST
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