Founded in 2013 by Ronak Sarda, Cover it Up is a mobile accessories platform that strives to carve a niche for ourselves in case cover design and manufacturing. With a wide array of exclusive designs to cater to ladies and gentlemen across all age groups (from college-going Marvel groupie to the sophisticated office-goer), we have lived up to become a leading online portal that churns out high-quality cases with rich retailed printing for all possible models on a daily basis. This has only been supplemented by our social media presence and articles on various prominent media platforms, not to mention even going live on air with an esteemed radio station in Chennai. With expectations to keep pace with changing trends and an audience spoilt for choice, Cover it Up is steadily revamping to stand apart amongst an evolving crowd and also have a few wonderful things planned for the near future.
Starting off as a buddy biz in Chennai, Cover it Up has steadily made inroads into cities such as Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai, to name a few. With our daily orders now what they were on a monthly basis not even a year ago, our designs are popular not only in India but have also struck a chord to a few European cities where the odd order is shipped to. Further our social media reach has attained an exponential reach in the past year with an ever-rising number of users actively looking out for our products and related posts on Facebook & Instagram. With expectations to keep pace with changing trends and an audience spoilt for choice, Cover it Up is steadily improvising to stand apart amongst an evolving crowd and also have a few wonderful things planned for the near future. To put things in perspective, every new phone needs to be Covered.
Giving something back to the society we live in is not only a satisfying process but also hard to sustain but we at Cover it Up have our own quirky way of getting it done. On our first anniversary, we spent the day ensuring that around 100 differently abled children under a NGO’s care were treated to a sumptuous breakfast, simultaneously taking nearly 70+ kids from an orphanage to a Rajinikanth (yes, who else) film. As the saying goes, got to enjoy the little things.