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Social commerce
Founded 📆December 2012
Founder 👔Suchi Mukherjee
Prashant Malik
Ankush Mehra
Headquarters 🏙️,
Area served 🗺️
Key people
Suchi Mukherjee CEO
Prashant Malik CTO
Ankush Mehra VP Supply Chain Operation
Neha Dhupia Style Director
(Online shopping)
Number of employees
650+ (2017)
ParentA.M. Marketplaces Pvt Ltd
🌐 Websitewww.limeroad.com
📇 Address
📞 telephone

Type of site
(online shopping)
Available inEnglish
Area servedIndia
Alexa rankIncrease15,200 (Globally)
Increase9,82 (India)[1]
Current statusActive

LimeRoad is an Indian fashion e-commerce company, headquartered in Gurgaon, India.[2][3][4] The company sells apparel and accessories for women, men and kids.[2]

LimeRoad has so far secured US$ 50 million in three rounds of funding from Tiger Global, Matrix Partners, and Lightspeed.[5][6]


The company was founded in December 2012 by Suchi Mukherjee[2][7][8] , an alumni of London School of Economics and recipient of Chevening Scholarship.[9][10]

In May 2013, Prashant Malik, former Facebook employee and an alumni of IIT Delhi, joined LimeRoad as co-founder and CTO of the company.[11]

The company was started as a fashion marketplace for women[12], and now it sells apparel and accessories for men and kids.[2] It started its operation in menswear segment in May 2016.[13][14]

In May 2014, Bollywood actress Neha Dhupia was appointed as the style director of LimeRoad[15], who also holds a stake in the company, reportedly by The Economic Times.[16]

The Indian edition of International Business Times reported that LimeRoad doubled its revenue for the financial year 2015-2016. But it also incurred net losses that increased by 227 per cent equalling 106.32 crore (US$15 million), compared to 32.54 crore (US$5 million) in 2013-2014.[17]

LimeRoad opened its first offline store in Surat, Gujarat in 2018.[6]


The company is specialized in women's products and is reported to be India's first women’s social shopping platform.[18] The platform also allows users to create their own look on a virtual scrapbook, by using the products of its website.[12][19]


In March 2018, The company raised a $ 30 million series C led by Tiger Global, with other participation from Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Matrix Partners.[5]

Earlier, in May 2014, LimeRoad received the funding of US$ 15 million, led by Tiger Global, with participation from returning investors Lightspeed Venture Partners and Matrix Partners India.[20]

In October 2012, the company had secured a $ 5 million Series A funding round, led by the same investors.[21][5]


In December 2016, the company partnered with the Madhya Pradesh Laghu Udyog Nigam, Government of Madhya Pradesh[22] to retail handloom and handicraft range of products on its eCommerce platform.[23]

Awards & recognition[edit]

  • ET Startup Awards 2017 by The Economic Times.[24]
  • In Augut 2016, Suchi Mukherjee, the founder CEO of LimeRoad won NDTV Unicorn Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award at NDTV Unicorn Start-up Awards 2016.[25]
  • Coolest Start-up of the year 2015 by Business Today.[12]

Other activities[edit]

In October 2016, LimeRoad was partnered with Goonj (NGO) and Facebook to launch an initiative called Mission: One Crore: Pledge a saree, Pledge a smile. The initiative was started with the purpose to collect one crore sarees, which was donated to the underprivileged women in the country.[26][27]

See also[edit]

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  22. "LimeRoad partners with MP Govt to offer handloom products online". The Economic Times. December 26, 2018.
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  26. "LimeRoad launches festive campaign with a social message". The Economic Times. October 25, 2016.
  27. Jain, Samiksha (October 28, 2016). "Want Your Brand To Be Seen This Diwali? These Startups Have Ensured Theirs Get Noticed". Entrepreneur.

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