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Bollywood actor Alia Bhatt starts a new phase in her career – Deets inside – Tamil News – IndiaGlitz.com

Bollywood actress and RRR star Alia Bhatt became an investor in Phool. co, a start-up backed by IIT-Kanpur that converts floral waste into charcoal-free luxury incense products.

In the media release announcing the investment, Alia quoted: “I admire the founder’s vision of making incense and bio-leather from recycled flowers, thereby contributing to keeping our rivers clean, creating a humane alternative to leather and providing employment to women in India’s heartland.” Previously, Phool. co had raised $2 million in seed funding from the IAN Fund (New Delhi), Social Alpha FISE (Bangalore), Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation (San Francisco) and IIT-Kanpur.

Speaking on the investment IIT-Kanpur Director, Abhay Karandikar, commented: “The innovative ‘flower cycling technology by PHOOL’ has enabled sustainable and eco-friendly waste flower management and the uplift of hundreds of women along the way.”

Phool.co has also received Fair for Life – Fairtrade and Ecocert Organic & Natural certificates. Using its ‘flowercycling’ technology, the start-up has also launched a product that it calls ‘Fleather’ — an alternative to animal leather made with flowers.

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Phool.co has received the prestigious UN Young Leaders Award for Sustainable Development Goals, UN Momentum of Change Award, Asia Sustainability Award Hong Kong, Alquity Transforming Lives Awards, London, and Breaking the Wall of Science, Berlin.


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