HyperXchange Commits to Address Climate Crisis

HyperXchange Commits to Address Climate Crisis

As India’s top upcycling electronics brand, HyperXchange is committed to help address climate change by promoting eco-friendly choices, through their products and in practice. After receiving an overwhelming response from consumers across India for their certified refurbished electronics, HyperXchange has now introduced  a range of up-cycled and eco-friendly line of accessories to match their gadgets.

HyperXchange is a high-growth startup in the refurbished electronics industry. Headquartered out Kolkata,their board and advisors consist of Industry stalwarts like Tech Mahindra CEO CP Gurnani, UB Group CMO Debabrata Mukherjee and Syska Group Founder Govind Uttamchandani.  With their national distribution network and state-of-the-art technology to auto-diagnose product quality, HyperXchange has already become India’s fastest growing 0nline-to-offline brand for premium refurbished products.

They have recently launched a range of eco-friendly mobile pouches, laptop bags and other accessories made of recycled textiles and jute.  This comes as part of its continuous efforts to give back to the society and environment.

One of the things that make this eco-friendly range of products is so precious are the hands that went into its making. These limited-edition, designer accessories are handcrafted by financially challenged women in semi-urban/rural areas. This initiative has helped many of these women achieve financial independence, with options to work from home while adding to the family income.

“Right from our inception, we have aimed at giving back to the environment and helping build an inclusive society. As we grow, you will see the momentum of this project accelerating. We are also pitching this idea to our peers and other leading businesses – together we can make a significant impact on how we onboard the marginalized sectors of our society, and align them to our growth and success”, promises Dipanjan Purkayastha, CEO at HyperXchange.