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August 2
2021

Egyptian Social E-Commerce Startup Taager Closes $6.4 Million Seed Round

By Tom Jackson

Egyptian social e-commerce startup Taager has raised a US$6.4 million seed funding round to help it scale its platform and expand across the Middle East.

Launched in December 2019, Taager is a social e–commerce marketplace that provides online sellers and traders with a complete suite of backend and integrated services, from operational and logistical infrastructure such as storage and shipping to an online marketplace to host their products, connecting sellers with wholesalers.

The company uses technology, AI and data science to enable first time sellers to start and scale their online business seamlessly with relatively low risk. It offers a transparent pricing structure and an enhanced product selection process, freeing online sellers to focus on running their business while Taager handles the end to end operations.

Photo courtesy of UNMISS.

Source: Disrupt Africa (link opens in a new window)

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e-commerce, investing, scale, social impact, startups