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Droom is planning an IPO of Rs 3,000 crore in the next two months.

Droom set to launch Rs 3,000 crore IPO in next 2 months

NEW DELHI: Auto commercial center unicorn Droom is set to send off its Rs 3,000-crore IPO by offloading a 18% stake in next two months. The IPO contains new issuance of value shares worth Rs 2,000 crore and a proposal available to be purchased (OFS) to the tune of Rs 1,000 crore, as indicated by the draft distraction plan (DHRP) documented by the organization in November last year.

Advertiser Sandeep Aggarwal, alongside 200 workers holding representative investment opportunities (ESOPs), are supposed to offload under 1%, which is about 33% of their apportioned OFS, said individuals advised with regards to this issue. "Existing financial backers will offload around 5% of the organization's remarkable offers. Aggarwal, nonetheless, won't weaken a significant stake until the organization arrives at a valuation of $5 billion," said a source.

Aggarwal, previous organizer behind esteem web based business commercial center Shopclues, holds 32% stake in the organization, while 9% is possessed by workers. Financial backers own 59%. Shopclues was perhaps the earliest startup in India to be esteemed at more than $1 billion. Gurgaon-settled Droom, which brought its last gather together in July at a valuation of $1.2 billion, counts 57 Stars, Seven Train Ventures, Lightbox and Toyota among its financial backers.

"Whenever we began Droom eight quite a while back, 1.1 trade-in vehicles were sold in India for each new vehicle that was being purchased. At present, the number is fixed at 1.5," Aggarwal told TOI during an association. 

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