Type of site
|Online shopping |
|Headquarters||Bangalore, Karnataka, India|
Sunday mattresses are designed by a Japanese designer Hiroko Shiratori and the raw materials are from four different countries, including Belgium. Hiroko Shiratori is a founding member of London-based design collective OKAY studio.
Sleep start-up Sunday will raise $1 mn for the expanding business. The funding is expected to be close by mid of 2020 from A91 Venture Partners as per VCCircle.
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