Cairo-based medicine delivery and digital claims startup Yodawy has, in its first external funding deal, raised $1-million in a Series-A round led by Egyptian venture capital firms Algebra Ventures and CVentures.
Egyptian angel investor firm ASI Ventures also participated in the funding round.
It’s not yet clear what Yodawy will use the funding for.
Ventureburn today sought comment from the startup on this, and other questions about its business, but had not received a response at the time of publication.
Yodawy was founded in 2018 by Karim Khashaba, Sherief El-Feky and Yasser AbdelGawad
Yodawy was founded last year by Karim Khashaba, Sherief El-Feky and Yasser AbdelGawad.
The startup, through its iOS and Android apps, enables users to browse and order medicine and personal care products from the nearest pharmacy from across its network of more than 2500 partners situated across 30 cities in Egypt.
The startup’s app also supports medical insurance co-payment plans.
Khashaba said in a statement earlier today that there is an “incredible opportunity” in the pharmacy benefits and claims processing space.
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Source:: Venture Burn