GlobalBees, a roll-up e-commerce company, announced three new entrants to its house of brands with investments in Healthyhey, Rey Naturals, and Intellilens.
With the current investments, the company now has a well-rounded portfolio across homecare, personal care, nutrition & wellness, health & sports supplement, and intelligent eyewear categories.
Nitin Agarwal, CEO, GlobalBees, said, “E-commerce in India is still in early stages. We see a massive opportunity in multiple consumer segments and Healthyhey, Rey Naturals, and Intellilens, come with a promising growth trajectory along with a proven business model. We intend to work closely with the founders and make these brands a household name across the globe.”
Rishi Modi, Founder, Healthyhey Nutrition said, “Our research-backed products appeal to the differentiated nutrition needs of the country have made us a go-to brand for dietary supplements, sports nutrition, and nutritional supplements. Joining the GlobalBees family will turbocharge our innovation engine and help us launch many new products across the globe.”
Healthyhey Nutrition was founded in 2016 by Rishi Modi - a leading nutritionist in the country and is one of India’s leading companies which makes dietary supplements, sports nutrition, and nutritional supplements for different age groups of people. With more than 250 varieties of the highest quality vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino, herbal extract, proteins, collagen-based supplements the company has created a strong base of over 3 lakh customers.
Anish Nagpal, Co-Founder, Rey Naturals said, "We are very excited to be a part of the GlobalBees family as they have a great leadership team with proven expertise in marketing, technology, logistics, and product innovation. We are confident that being a GlobalBees Brand will provide us with the strategic thrust to become a household name in the coming years."
Rey Naturals was recognized as a ‘Femina Power Brand 2021’ and is an Ahmedabad-based start-up founded by Anish Nagpal and Amit Purswani in 2017. It is a one-stop store for all pure and natural hair care products such as cold-pressed oils that are extracted from nuts & seeds and essential oils extracted from plants, flowers, fruits, and roots. The company’s products are non-toxic, chemical-free, and cruelty-free. Rey Naturals products have a tremendous reach of over 10 lakh customers and the brand strives to provide products that solve hair problems using ancient remedies.
Robin Lobo, Founder of Intellilens, said, “This is monumental for Intellilens and a turning point for our brand. We have worked hard to develop high-quality eyewear that is not only fashion-forward but also highly functional with the goal of solving modern-day problems like digital eye strain that every working millennial faces. I am proud of what we have achieved so far and, with GlobalBees, we have the opportunity to truly transform the eyewear market.”
Intellilens, a Mumbai-based eyewear brand, founded by Robin Lobo in 2018 is a category leader in the eyewear segment on Amazon. Intellilens aims to enhance the visual experience of a digital-first generation with high-performance eyewear products that are scientifically designed, technology-enabled and fashion-focused. To date, the brand’s products are used by over 2 lakh users for protection against harmful UV rays emanating from smartphones, laptops, and other digital devices.
The founders and the respective teams of the three brands Healthyhey, Rey Naturals, and Intellilens, will become a part of the GlobalBees family.
Eight brands are now a part of the GlobalBees family - The Better Home, andMe, Prolixr, Absorbia, Yellow Chimes, and the three new additions. In the next three years, GlobalBees is looking forward to investing in 100 brands across verticals, including fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), sports, home organization, and lifestyle.
In July 2021, the company raised $150 million in a mix of equity and debt in a Series A, led by FirstCry and other investors. The company has developed assets and expertise in marketing, technology, supply chain, and logistics and product innovation, and more.