Egyptian Online Dental Marketplace DentaCarts Raises $450k


 

 

Egyptian online dental marketplace DentaCarts has raised $450 000 from AUC Angels, African health-care investor Asia Africa Investment & Consulting and 500 Startups.

Earlier this month AUC Angels invested a reported six-figure dollar figure in another Egyptian tech startup, Jinni, a Cairo-based cleaning service.

Tech publication MenaBytes reported yesterday in an article that the Cairo-based startup that the round was closed earlier this year.

DentaCarts was founded in 2017 by Ahmed Yehia and Saad Saleh

It said the startup was part of Misk500’s first cohort and that it currently has over 10 000 products on its platform — from clinic furnishing to everyday disposable dental products.

DentaCarts was founded in 2017 by Ahmed Yehia and Saad Saleh.

MenaBytes said the startup’s marketplace sells different dental products to dental clinics and dentists, mainly in Egypt.

Jinni, a Cairo-based cleaning service has raised a reported undisclosed six-figure dollar amount from AUC Angels.

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