Flashback on their way to Shajapur Ajay Patidar along with Shubham Patidar took a halt at potters shop, at this tiny Shop Cup made of clay a caught their attention “kullad “chai is something that each one of us have seen tested and loved in the suburbs, an idea of bringing it to the urban lives stuck in their heads, this would help them deliver tea of different kinds in eco friendly as well as pocket friendly manner,
To bring this concept to the city they needed funding which was a hurdle for them both to the find a way about Shubham decided to invest the tuition fee he was given by his family for an MBA degree while Ajay took a loan from friends and other lenders with these funds they were able to start up a cafe,
which unfortunately did not get good response from the clientele in the beginning and because of the loss they had to bear, they had to think about cost cutting, Ajay and Shubham both decided to work in the cafe themselves to save money,
now from their hard work The café serves tea in Kulhad with affordable prices and a range of snacks, providing a friendly ambiance for people to chat and friends to hang out together. Now spread in 20 Indian cities, Tealogy have 48 successfully running outlets, and almost 22 in the making. The major highlight about this brand is that they provide employment to about 40 rural families based in villages, for making hand-made Kulhads. first tea brand in India with a mascot logo, Tealogy is spreading its roots all over the country.