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Teesort targets Rs 500 cr sales in 2-3 years
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Dec '15
Online fashion brand Teesort.com has said that it is targeting Rs 500 crore turnover in 2 to 3 years riding on new categories of expansion and plans to enter new geographies.

Teesort Co-founder Alok Agarwal told a news agency that the company has posted 300 per cent growth for the last three years and is now eyeing Rs 500 crore turnover and enter new markets. He said the company is likely to report Rs 100 crore turnover this financial year.

The company is also looking to start operations in the overseas markets and venture into regions such as Middle East, South Asia and the US.

Agarwal said the Teesort.com is expanding in multiple geographies and is currently in talks to start its Middle East operations next year.

The company, which currently sells only men's wear, is also on expanding its product portfolio and will begin offering products for women this month and launch kidswear by the first quarter of the next calendar year.

Teesort.com offers t-shirts and casual menswear under Teesort and TSX brands. (SH)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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