AuMake will use the proceeds of a $20 million capital raising to fund an aggressive expansion to meet surging Chinese demand for Australian-made products.

The ASX-listed firm, which sells Australian cosmetics, vitamins, long-life milk, baby products, and wool and leather products to so-called daigou shoppers for export to China, aims to increase its store network from six Sydney outlets to at least 20 nationwide by mid-2019.

AuMake, which debuted on the ASX in October following a reverse takeover of a former gas and drilling company, says it nearly doubled unaudited monthly sales from $911,000 to $1.77 million between July and November.