Baby Products

Priyanka Raina Leverages the Power of Nature with Maaté

The brand brings out the effectiveness of precious oils, pure herbs and extracts to provide natural care and protection to babies

First Cry Raises Rs 1,055 Crore In Series-E Round From Softbank

The firm raised $150 million from Softbank, last year in January, in the first tranche. The venture capital giant holds 46.6 per cent in the baby product retailer.

FirstCry Has Revamped Baby Apparel Shopping In India

From making shopping easy for millennial mothers to adopting fresh perspectives at offline stores, Pune-based FirstCry has revamped baby apparel shopping in India. With a vast network of over 380 stores, the recently-funded start-up is looking at closing the year with 450 stores. Smaller cities and towns are now on the radar of this baby-apparel seller.

Ashita Marya

Dubai-Based Chubby Cheeks Organics Is All About Fresh, Organic Homemade Baby Food

Becoming a mother inspired Malak Aoudi French and Hiba Van Dyk to set up Chubby Cheeks Organics, a subscription-based delivery of baby food for busy parents.

Tamara Pupic

Why is there a Surge in Investments in Baby Care Industry of India

It's a huge opportunity for the companies dealing in Child Care

Rishu Gandhi

What Motivated Jennifer Garner to Become an Entrepreneur in the Food Space

The actress and Save the Children ambassador is the co-founder of Once Upon a Farm, an organic baby food company.

How This Company Went From $10,000 in the Bank to a Baby-Care Empire Sold in 30,000 Stores

Fridababy became a baby-care juggernaut by first importing products to the U.S. that new mothers didn't know they needed.

Joe Keohane

How Start-ups are Helping Parents Raise their Babies

From selling baby products online to building communities of mothers, start-ups are at the aid of parents

Sanchita Dash

India's Baby Tech Industry Close to Adulting

How start-ups are catering to the needs of new parents

Sanchita Dash

This New Mom Never 'Expected' to Find the Perfect Business Model

But she did. And she partnered with her own mom on two retail franchisee brands, and what turned out to be a true family affair.

Joan Oleck