Campus Activewear IPO GMP, Lot Size, Price & Reviews

Campus Activewear IPO
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Campus Activewear Limited was incorporated in 2005. The company is engaged in the business sector of the Footwear Industry. It is one of India’s largest athleisure footwear and sports brands. The company is engaged in the manufacturing and distributing of a variety of footwear like Casual Shoes, Running Shoes, Walking Shoes, Floaters, Slippers, Flip Flops, and Sandals. The company produces all these products in multiple colors, designs, and styles at a variety of pricing. In this article, we take a closer look at the Campus Activewear IPO Review and its possible future prospects.

Campus Activewear has a presence in the market via its offline stores and online platforms. The company has a Pan -India presence with a wide distribution network of over 400 400 distributors spread over 28 states and covering 625 cities. Campus Activewear also has 18,200 retailers in its distribution network across India. The manufacturing of the footwear by the company has been carried out in their five manufacturing facilities. The annual combined capacity of this facility is 25.60 million pairs. The company also operates 57 COCOs and 28 franchisees under their business operation. As per their new expansion plan, the company plans to launch EBOs in the country. The company stated that for EBO, it intends to “preimmunize” products through its distribution and trade network.


  • Prepayment of all the company’s loans, which be availed on a consolidated basis.
  • To meet corporate targets.


Campus Activewear Limited, a company with its headquarters in Mumbai, recently got approval from SEBI after it submitted its DRHP. The company is ready with its Purely OFS-based IPO Offer of 51,000,000. The company also stated that it would not carry out any pre – IPO allotment. The selling stakeholders offloading their stake in the company are as follows:

Selling ShareholdersTotal SharesOffer SharesCost of Acquisition by the stakeholdersSelling PriceCAGR
TPG Investment52,307,69229,100,000Rs. 54.67Rs. 29240%
QRG Enterprise11,759,2926,050,000Rs. 54.67Rs. 292

The company stated that the IPO issue offer constitutes around 15.76% of the post-issue fully paid-up equity capital. In the IPO offer, the company has reserved 200000 shares under the employee’s quota, where the employees will get a discount of around Rs. 27 per equity share. The company’s current paid-up equity capital base will be Rs. 152.16 crores as the IPO offer are a pure OFS-based offer. On the IPO offer valuations, the campus targets a market capitalization of Rs. 8886.32 crores. Check Day by Day IPO Subscription Details (Live Status)

IPO Opening DateApril 26, 2022
IPO Closing DateApril 28, 2022
Issue TypeBook Building type Issue IPO
Face ValueRs. 5 per equity share
IPO PriceRs. 278 to Rs. 292 per equity share
Market LotOne lot of 51 Equity Shares
Minimum Order Quantity1 lot corresponding to 51 Equity Shares of the company
Minimum Order PriceRs. 14,892
Maximum Order Quantity13 lots corresponding to 663 Equity shares of the company
Maximum Order PriceRs. 193,596
Listing AtBSE, NSE
Issue Size47,950,000 Equity Shares that aggregate to a sum of Rs. 1,400.14 Crores
Offer for Sale47,950,000 Equity Shares that aggregate to a sum of Rs. 1,400.14 Crores
Employee DiscountRs 27 per equity share
QIB Shares Offered50% of the net offer
Retail Shares Offered35% of the net offer
NII (HNI) Shares Offered15% of the net offer
Basis of AllotmentMay 4, 2022
Initiation of RefundsMay 5, 2022
Credit of Shares to DematMay 6, 2022
IPO Listing DateMay 9, 2022


  • Campus Activewear as a company is the largest company in the country in the segment of sports and athleisure footwear. The company recorded the highest number both in terms of value and as well as in volume in the last financial year.
  • Campus Activewear is the fastest-growing company engaged in the scaled sports and athleisure footwear segment. The company is growing at a CAGR of nearly 17%, much more than its competitors.
  • The company has enjoyed a market share of 15% in the overall sports footwear segment, and in the affordable footwear segment, it has a huge dominance of around 32% of the market share.
  • The campus has also benefitted from the new psychology of promoting Indian Brands as the company, from manufacturing to whole processing, is based in India.
  • Shortly, the company has clarified its major shift towards a sustained focus on the upgradation of design and product innovation. It will help the company match the latest global trends and the fashion and style.
  • Campus Activewear also holds strong support from the PE firms, which has helped the company during its initial period.
  • The company has greatly benefitted from its robust supply chain, which takes over the difficulty of replicating the integrated manufacturing capacity of the company.
  • The company has a Pan India presence and is a major company in the affordable footwear segment. Also, the company has come up strong product portfolio in the premium segment to increase its sales and enhance its market capitalization.
  • Campus Activewear has also greatly benefitted from its strong brand recognition, innovative branding, and new marketing approach and techniques.
  • The company has also been blessed with an excellent team guided by an experienced promoter base.
  • Campus Activewear also maintained healthy margins in both top-line and bottom-line, even during the pandemic period.


  • One of the major threats to the company is the failure to predict the market design successfully, pattern, and the latest trend. It could hamper their growth which can lead to a serious threat to their operating margins on both top-line and bottom-line.
  • The company is engaged in a highly competitive market. It faces stiff competition from many organized players and unorganized players in different categories.
  • The clients’ pricing, competition, and discounts on occasions may damage their gross Margin, along with the income, which is a negative flag for the company’s growth.
  • Though the footwear segment is a whole year segment, it still has some seasonality impact on its sales and volume. The company needs to find a strategy to maintain constant sales.
  • The COVID-19 badly hit the company though its margins were still better than other companies.
  • Campus Activewear, in the past, has been linked with third-party transactions. The company stated in its DRHP that it might do the same again if required.
  • The retention of the customer and the addition of the customer is another threat to the company. Another challenge is the retention of the management and other experts associated with
  • Campus Activewear is also vulnerable to any misconduct of its growth-based strategy and cost-effective business operation.
  • Campus Activewear relies heavily on its warehousing and shipping, forming part of its distribution network. Any disruptions associated with it can lead to a negative impact on the company’s business.
  • Keeping a robust Inventory along with Inventory Management is also another issue for the company.


   Earnings Per Share (Rs)1.774.06-56.37
   CEPS (Rs)1.962.81-30.27
   DPS (Rs)
   Book NAV/Share (Rs)20.5218.689.86
   Tax Rate (%)61.5936.8467.18
   Core EBITDA Margin (%)16.3118.61-12.37
   EBIT Margin (%)12.2515.74-22.22
   Pre – Tax Margin (%)9.8313.49-27.11
   PAT Margin (%)3.788.52-55.67
   Cash Profit Margin (%)8.3711.67-28.24
   ROA (%)3.9210.87-63.92
   ROE (%)9.0325.85-65.09
   ROCE (%)17.8425.48-29.98
   Asset Turnover (x)1.041.28-18.60
   Sales/Fixed Asset (x)2.624.36-39.97
   Working Capital/Sales (x)5.997.65-21.70
   Fixed Capital/Sales (x)0.380.2366.59
   Receivable days62.2276.37-18.52
   Inventory Days95.5571.8233.05
   Payable days143.1697.6646.59
   EV/Net Sales (x)0.400.46-12.01
   EV/Core EBITDA (x)2.392.42-1.30
   EV/EBIT (x)3.292.9113.13
   EV/CE (x)0.430.48-11.43
   Net Sales Growth (%)-2.8423.06-112.30
   Core EBITDA Growth (%)-13.3935.80-137.39
   EBIT Growth (%)-24.4331.73-176.98
   PAT Growth (%)-56.9361.58-192.45
   EPS Growth (%)-56.37-99.9043.57
   Total Debt/Equity (x)0.440.86-49.27
   Current Ratio (x)1.421.2612.20
   Quick Ratio (x)0.710.80-11.32
   Interest Cover (x)5.086.98-27.30
Particulars as in CroresDec 21Mar 21Mar 20Mar 19
Cost of Material Consumed462401414324
Purchases of Stock in Trade134010
Change in Inventories-59-30-34-13
Employee Benefits Expense48555743
Other Expenses215166159131
Operating Profit162115136100
OPM %19.26%16.17%18.58%16.81%
Other Income2422
Profit before tax114709966
Total Tax Exps-29-43-36-28
Net Profit85276239
NPM %10.11%3.80%8.47%6.55%
No. of shares30.4330.4330.4330.43
ParticularsFor the year ending with the amount as in Rs. Crores
30 Sep 2131 Mar 2131 Mar 2031 Mar 19
Total Assets837.21684.75719.22505.55
Total Revenue409.91715.08734.11596.70
Profit After Tax30.0926.8662.3738.60


ParticularsBata India LtdRelaxo FootwearLibertyMirzaCampus
Face ValueRs. 5Rs. 1Rs. 10Rs. 2Rs. 5
Total Income for FY21 (Cr)1802.572381.924581048715.1
EPS (FY21)-6.9511.740.140.690.88
NAV per share136.7963.29109.3853.0610.29
Return on net worth-5.08%18.54%0.13%1.30%8.60%
Market Price19131109.7162.3211.75NA

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The promoters of the company are as follows:

  • Hari Krishan Agarwal
  • Nikhil Aggarwal
Pre – Issue Share Holding78.21%
Post Issue Share Holding74.1%


Campus Activewear Limited

D-1, Udyog Nagar,

Main Rohtak Road,

New Delhi – 110041,

Delhi, India;

Tel: +91 11 4327 2500




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C 101, 247 Park

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Vikhroli (West), Mumbai 400 083

Maharashtra, India

Telephone: +91 22 4918 6200




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