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The Moms Co. launches its first-ever digital campaign – ‘Science of Motherhood’

February 01, 2020
The Moms Co.
The Moms Co. has launched its first-ever nationwide cross-platform digital campaign, ‘Science of Motherhood’, which features a narrative by Founder and CEO Malika Sadani, that describes every mom’s struggle when it comes to finding the right products for her baby’s well being and how she can now take matters into her own hands. The campaign has been conceptualised by Spring Marketing Capital and directed by Sohini Dasgupta of Big Momma Productions.
Malika Sadani, Founder & CEO, The Moms Co. said, “I’ve spent many years interacting with moms and understanding their concerns. Being a mom of two, I empathise with a mom’s journey, her problems and the reluctance to make any compromise when it comes to the safety of her child. To us, motherhood is a science governed by its own codes and rules, but it’s also an experience steeped in love and emotion. Our range of products are extensively researched and constantly improved, to keep our little ones out of harm’s way, just like mothers do and that’s what we call ‘Science of Motherhood’.”
An award-winning businesswoman, Malika Sadani realised early on that there was a gap in the Indian market for products that mothers could trust. The Moms Co. was launched in March 2017, to address the need for toxin-free and safe products for pre-natal and post-natal consumption, and baby care. In a short span, it has quickly grown to serve more than 5 lakh customers across 10,000 pin codes through its e-tail platforms and continues to expand its physical presence across five major metros.
The Moms Co. aspires to become a Rs. 100 cr. company in the segment over the next 12-18 months. The brand recently announced a funding of USD 5 million from renowned investors Saama Capital, DSG Consumer Partners and others in a Series B round. The Moms Co. offers an Australia-certified product range with over 30 SKUs across hair, skin, face, pregnancy and baby care, and another 25 expected by the end of 2020.

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