Lenskart Unlisted Shares


About the Lenskart Unlisted Shares

Lenskart, since 2010, has been the pioneer in India in providing premium glasses at competitive costs to millions of people. In the almost one-and-a-half-decade journey, Lenskart expanded to other countries to become the largest eyewear company in Asia. From its current serving of over 40 million people, it has plans to serve one billion eyes by 2025, not only in India but globally. It is because of its state-of-the-art facility in Rajasthan using robots to make over five crore glasses annually. With thousands of retail sales across hundreds of cities, apart from e-commerce sales, free home delivery, and other means, Lenskart became a unicorn as early as 2019 and came out with an IPO sooner rather than later. Hence, the recent rise in Lenskart’s share price is to continue in the future to yield high returns. 

Peyush Bansal is one of the top entrepreneurs with a Midas touch to make many startups become unicorns in India and abroad. As a co-founder of Valyoo Technologies, the parent company of Lenskart, to empower people with clear vision, I also developed a brilliant business model to not only produce crores of glasses every year but also sell at a profit across India and other countries. Apart from the automated unit in Rajasthan, Lenskart also has a similar facility in New Delhi to make over one million high-quality glasses every year or over 3 lakh glasses every month. These facilities use cutting-edge technology with robots to create superior quality glasses at competitive costs and become the best Indian multinational optical prescription eyewear retail chain headquartered in Gurgaon. So, Lenskart’s unlisted stock price today is cheaper because of not only increasing the manufacturing capacities of the glasses but also selling them to more people to raise revenue rapidly.  

Lenskart Share Price

Aspect Details
Reasons for Upward Trend – Fundraising – Acquisitions – Higher sales – Improved results – Expectations of IPO
Journey to Unicorn Status Continuous fundraisings since 2010 led Lenskart to achieve unicorn status by 2019.
Expansion Efforts Lenskart operates two advanced manufacturing facilities in India and has expanded its sales to various countries, including the UAE, Southeast Asia, and the US.
Share Price Performance – December 1, 2023: Rs. 1850 – End of March 2024: Nearly Rs. 2,500 – End of March 2023: Rs. 1,735 – High return in a year: From Rs. 1,735 to Rs. 2,450 (around Rs. 28.3.23)
Recent Growth Lenskart’s unlisted share price has witnessed significant growth in the last four months, reaching new heights.

Lenskart- Fund Raising Endeavours

The global eyewear sector is to grow at a rapid pace to reach over 323 from 186 billion dollars from 2023 to 2030. India, being the most populated country in the world, has a high potential for selling eyewear, both luxury and non-luxury. Lenskart, to tap the huge potential in India and also in many other countries, raised funds from its inception in 2010 to expand its business domestically and internationally exponentially. It became the pioneer to function as an ecommerce marketplace to sell over 5000 eyewear styles in over 2000 retail stores, of which three-fourths are in India and the remaining in other countries. To make such a wide range of glasses, BLU glasses, goggles, and frames, which is five times more than any other retailer in India, it needed funds. Also, to compete with other domestic and international brands like RayBan, Oakley and others to provide high-quality eyewear products at competitive costs. The following are a few of the significant fundraising for increasing Lenskart’s unlisted share price to give high yields to investors.  

All the above funds raised, especially huge amounts in 2023, have been the significant reason for the rapid rise of Lenskart’s unlisted share price last year.  

List of Lenskart acquisitions to expand business exponentially

Lenskart, to tap the huge potential of the rapidly rising eyewear market in India and other countries, had to acquire many companies to expand business exponentially. Acquiring advanced technology to provide companies to competitors will help make it the leading eyewear multinational company in India. Also, to compete with domestic and international brands to make high-quality eyewear products at competitive costs. The following are the few acquisitions that will raise Lenskart’s unlisted share price graph for now and in the future. 

Year Investor Investment Amount (USD)
2011 IDG Ventures India $4 million
2015 TPG Growth, TR Capital, IDGE Rs. 135 crores
2016 TPG Growth, TR Capital, IDGE $60 million
2018 Ratan Tata, Kris Gopalakrishnan, Azim Premji Undisclosed amounts, Rs. 4 crores
2019 Softbank, Kedaara Capital $275 million, $55 million
2021 Kohlberg Kravis Roberts $95 million
2021 Temasek Holdings, Alpha Wave Global $220 million
2022 Alpha Wave Incubation, Epiq Capital, Avendus Future Leaders Fund II, Ravi Modi Family Trust, DSP Mutual Fund $100 million, $25 million, $28.2 million, $12.5 million, $40 million
2023 Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Chrys Capital $500 million, $100 million


The above funds and acquisitions are raising the Lenskart share price NSE in the future as soon as it comes out with the IPO. 

Lenskart Business Model Garners Laudable Results 

India has around 1.4 billion people, with over one-third needing glasses for non-luxury and luxury needs. It is here that Lenskart Solutions Pvt Ltd became the leading online eyewear retailer and e-commerce company, offering thousands of eyewear products with no compromise in high quality. The co-founder Peyush Bansal confirmed that Lenskart conducts over 15,000 eye tests, increasing awareness of eye health. It has two state-of-the-art manufacturing units in India that make millions of glasses yearly to sell in India and many other countries.  

Lenskart transformed many of its challenges in its early days into opportunities with its unique business model to show excellent results. It provides, apart from excellent offline and online purchasing experience to customers, easy ordering & home delivery services, free home eye checkups, 14 14-day replacement guarantee, etc, along with frequent discounts and others. Also, it provides high-quality eyecare products with glasses made by robots, to be precise, even up to three decimal places for its over 5,000 models. A few of Lenskart’s eyecare products include sunglasses, colour contact lenses, and many brands like Johnson & Johnson, Alcon, Bausch & Lomb, etc., in various sizes, shapes, styles, and other dynamics. The following are the few fantastic features of the unique business model that show great results year after year. 

  • The unique inventory-driven business model using the B2C or business-to-consumer concept to make high-quality glasses with superior precision using robots for transforming the innovative ideas of the designers along with keeping the costs down
  • With many acquisitions of advanced technology, companies leverage AI to solve business problems and develop it to new heights by providing customers with excellent experience and satisfaction. 
  • The steady rise in income stream comes from the sales of over 5000 models in over 2000 stores in India and abroad, subscription fees for its members, and other services.
  • Increases sales by providing home delivery of eyecare products, free eye checkups, and home visits, along with offering discounts to improve loyalty for long-lasting relationships with customers to increase revenue along with advertising revenue and others


The above facts about raised funds, acquired companies, and business models have increased the revenue from 1503 to 3,780 crore from FY 22 to RY 23 and also changed the loss of Rs. 29 crore to a profit of Rs. 260 crore for the same period for the rapid rise in Lenskart unlisted share price today and in future. 

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IDG Ventures India was one of the early investors, investing $4 million in 2011.
Softbank’s investment of around $275 million and Kedaara Capital’s $55 million investment earlier in the same year led to Lenskart achieving unicorn status.
Notable investors like Ratan Tata, Kris Gopalakrishnan, and Azim Premji believed in Lenskart’s potential and invested undisclosed amounts. Azim Premji specifically invested Rs. 4 crores in 2018.
In June 2021, Lenskart raised $220 million in a Series H funding round from Temasek Holdings and Alpha Wave Global to fuel its expansion and growth initiatives.
In 2022, Lenskart raised funds from Series I rounds totaling $305.7 million from investors like Alpha Wave Incubation, Epiq Capital, Avendus Future Leaders Fund II, Ravi Modi Family Trust, and DSP Mutual Fund. In 2023, Lenskart raised $600 million from the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and $100 million from Chrys Capital in Series I funding rounds.
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