Kuwait-based COFE app, an online coffee marketplace has recently entered into an annual partnership with the professional networking behemoth LinkedIn. The partnership will encourage COFE’s expansion in terms of hiring diverse talent from across the globe to ultimately bring in diverse work culture. LinkedIn will provide COFE App with extensive support on expanding their talent network, skill auditing, and better networking capabilities for their existing workforce.
About COFE app
COFE, founded by Ali El-Ebrahim in 2017, conceptualized in Kuwait and developed in Silicon Valley connects coffee house chains and coffee lovers through a seamless user-interface over its mobile app. With COFE app, people can explore a wide variety of coffee and order online. The app offers comprehensive menus and drink customization options. The principal advantage being its logistics – you can get the coffee delivered at any preferred address be it your home, school, office and even at your car.
Statements enclosing the partnership
“At COFE our most important goal has been to take coffee to as many people as possible. No matter their backgrounds, COFE serves as a uniting factor. This stands true as much for our customers, as it does for our employees. We are hoping that our partnership with LinkedIn will help enrich the COFE Culture by building a robust team.”
– Ali Al Ebrahim, Founder & CEO of COFE App
“LinkedIn is uniquely positioned to help companies identify, hire, and develop the best people. Our remarkable growth in the region has enabled us to connect more professionals than ever, proving that we are the right partner for the future. It is a pleasure for us to be part of the success story of COFE App, which has quickly established a strong market position and disrupted the coffee marketplace with their innovative mobile application, and we hope that this partnership will help enhance their talent pool.”
– Malek Osseiran, Head of Gulf, LinkedIn
While Kuwait is the key market for COFE, the company is set to expand its platform to more GCC regions this year itself.