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CarDekho narrows loss in FY22


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CarDekho narrows loss in FY22

IPO-bound auto-tech unicorn CarDekho said its loss for FY22 has narrowed to Rs 246 crore, on the back of growth across all its business units, including insurance broking, financing, and sales of vehicles. CarDekho hopes to swing to profit by FY24.

The report card:

The company’s total loss for the year was Rs 246 crore, lower than a loss of Rs 341 crore a year ago. Consolidated revenue from operations grew nearly 2X to Rs 1,598 crore in FY22, from Rs 884 crore the previous year.It has over 5,000 user card loan agent partners, 50,000 insurance partners in 1,300 cities, and more than 3,500 used car dealers as of March 2022. 


Tulsi Tea’s recipe for growth

Haresh Kathrotiya wanted a city life but fate had other plans. He had to quit his dreams and work at his father’s provisional store in a village in Gujarat. Haresh made the best of the situation and launched his venture Tulsi Tea, which is now the second-largest tea brand in the state, with a turnover of Rs 185.42 crore.

Brewing success:

In six years, from 2017 to 2022, the company revenue grew from Rs 73 crore to Rs 200 crore. It has 60 SKUs, ranging in packaging from 25 grams to 1 kg.While Wagh Bakri is one of the best-selling tea brands in Gujarat, Haresh says Tulsi Tea’s focus on the rural market has helped it grow. 


Swiggy reports 2X rise in revenue

Food delivery giant Swiggy has registered a two-fold increase in revenue during the fiscal year ended March 2022 compared to the previous year, helped by the better-than-expected performance of its grocery vertical Instamart. However, the company’s losses widened in FY22 to Rs 3,629 crore against Rs 1,617 crore in the previous year.

The cash burn:

Swiggy posted a revenue of Rs 5,705 crore in FY22, up from Rs 2,457 crore in the previous fiscal. Expenses increased to Rs 9,574 crore from Rs 4,139 crore last fiscal, led by an increase in the cost of product procurement and advertising expenses.Revenue from the sale of grocery and FMCG products through Instamart grew more than 4X to Rs 2,036 crore this fiscal from Rs 517 crore in FY21. 

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In which country did the Christmas tree originate?

Answer: Germany, in the 16th century.

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