Smriti Mandhana, vice-captain of the Indian women's cricket team joins the list of Indian cricketers who have made startup investments and is reportedly the first Indian woman cricketer to do so. Smriti has invested an undisclosed sum in Neem Ayu, an Ayurvedic brand for haircare and skincare. Startup Street spoke to Smriti Mandhana, vice-captain of the Indian Women's Cricket Team and the founder of Neem Ayu, Aditi Hingu to talk about the road ahead for the recently launched brand.
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