Mamaearth makes public debut, youngest Indian unicorn to list

Shares of Honasa Consumer, the parent firm of direct-to-commerce beauty and personal care Mamaearth, jumped slightly in a key public listing watched by many Indian startups as they evaluate their own initial public offerings. Mamaearth, a seven-year-old company, was trading at 331.45 Indian rupees ($3.98) per share on NSE, above its 330 Indian rupees listing […]

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