Voonik fondly called as SIRI for fashion is the free online personal shopping assistant which helps the fashion enthusiasts to dress well within their budget. A dedicated style expert will offer style advice and hand-select recommendations, based on the customer’s style preferences and body type. Their technology will meld machine-based predictions with the power of social curation to help solve the timeless problem: “What should I wear today?” The process is very simple and less time consuming. User need to sign up and complete a 30-second style quiz about himself/herself. Then the site will recommend the best suited outfits and helps you to create your own style statement. Then the one need to buy the outfits and can get delivered to their homes in the lowest possible price.
It is the first-of-its-kind personalization-on-steroids platform that understands the users, shows them the right stylist recommendations, and personalizes the content and the presentation.
Voonik is Cofounded by Sujayath & Navaneeth in January 2013. Sujayath did his MBA from ISB and have worked at Visa (VP) and Amazon (Sr. Product Manager) prior to Voonik. Navaneeth has 12 years of startup experience including Zoho, Fresh Desk, and Aryaka. Rest of the Voonik team has come together from companies including Amazon, HP Research Labs, IBM, Fresh Desk, and Aryaka and from institutions including Indian School of Business, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras Institute of Technology, Pearl Academy of Fashion, and Image Consulting Business Institute. Sheetal, Bhavya & Apurva are the stylist who brings in more than 20 years of experience in fashion. They are the one who provide the style recommendation to the users depending upon the body type & style preference of the user.
In coming years, Voonik wants to be the India’s top fashion platform with millions of users generating multi-million dollar revenues .Currently they charge 10% to 20% commissions for the purchases that happen on their website. Sujayath says Voonik is primarily a data company that happens to be in the eCommerce domain.
So log on to Voonik to check your own style statement and look cool.
Geekopedia wishes best of luck to Voonik for future endeavors