PATANJALI’S GROWTH JOURNEY
Patanjali began its operations began with Patanjali Yogpeeth in Haridwar, Uttarakhand. Today, it is one of the largest yoga institutions in the world. Patanjali Ayurved Limited was founded by Baba Ramdev in 2006 along with Acharya Balkrishna for research, development, treatment, and the manufacturing of ayurvedic medicines.
After entering the bulk ayurvedic medicines manufacturing space, Patanjali later branched out its operations to the FMCG market where it soon established its presence as a major consumer goods manufacturing company.
A Glimpse of How Patanjali Has Evolved Over the Years
Patanjali has shown immense growth in the last 5 years. Growing at a fast rate, the company generated over Rs 10,000 Crore in 2017, making it the third largest FMCG brand after Hindustan Lever Limited and ITC in terms of overall revenue.
The company is now selling a wide variety of products in the FMCG space such as noodles, biscuits, cosmetics, amla juice, ayurvedic medicines, and atta.
Patanjali’s CEO, Acharya Balkrishna is now looking to grow the presence of the brand in the renewable energy industry as well.