Here’s to this week’s news roundup, featuring the top startup news and stories from MENA and India published on LAFFAZ from 19 to 25 October.
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Bengaluru-based Jumbotail, a B2B e-commerce startup that offers food and grocery items to retailers, on Saturday raised $10.5 million.
Mumbai, Maharashtra-based fintech startup CredAbale on Saturday raised INR 18.14 crore (around $2.5 million) from a group of angel investors.
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has welcomed the first batch of Emirati students from the Young Economist Programme.
ETMONEY on Thursday, entered into a strategic partnership with Google Pay to enable Google Pay's users invest in mutual funds.
Here’s to this week’s news roundup, featuring the top startup news and stories from MENA and India published on LAFFAZ from 12 to 18 October.
India's former cricketer Kapil Dev on Thursday, 15 October 2020 invested an undisclosed sum in Harmonizer India.
Startup news: Egypt-based Minly launches to connect stars with fans - enabling fans to book shoutouts from their favourite celebs seamlessly.
Launched by Sahar Abu Gharbieh in Jordan, Boxeh is a 'recipe-in-a-box' concept that delivers homemade meals to houses.
Cairo, Egypt-based MARJ3, an edtech startup, on Wednesday, 14 October 2020, raised an undisclosed sum in a seed funding round, led by California-based Expert DOJO.
Dubai International Financial Centre has announced that the Centre is now a fully accredited member of the Global Privacy Assembly.
Saudi Arabia's Retailo, on Monday, 12 October 2020 raised $2.3 million in a pre-Seed funding round from Shorooq Partners.
PwC Middle East has launched an innovative online solution to help organisations comply with the recently announced DIFC Data Protection Law.
Dubai, UAE-based Sweetheart Kitchen, a multi-brand, delivery-only company, announced a $17.7M Series C funding.
The virtual summit hosted by MEED-GlobalData will bring together industry experts to discuss Public Private Partnership (PPP) frameworks.