Claripharm (Saint-Alban, 14 employees), specialised in innovative personal hygiene products for women, is aiming for a turnover of €2.3 million in 2017 (compared to €1.5 M in 2016) and €70 million within 10 years.
The company is developing four product lines, personal hygiene, intimate care in partnership with Triballat, wounds and scarring of intimate parts and sexuality, as well as two food supplements. These ranges will be available in France and abroad. Claripharm now generates 5% of its turnover from international sales and is present in 22 countries but aims to increase this share to 70% within 10 years. The goal is to move into one new country every 6 months, with the help of its new e-commerce site.
The SME is looking for sub-contractors in North America to expand there using the same model as the one adopted in France. Claripharm owns its moulds but outsources the manufacture of its products to French manufacturers. Product packaging is performed by Esat. Its products are sold under its own brand and on a white label basis via a network of pharmacists and directly to customers on its website.
Source : Lettre API – 04/04/2017
Photo credit : Claripharm