Over the last few months, we have poured our hearts and minds into creating our new branding that reflects Yodawy’s evolution since the company’s founding in 2018. So today, we are thrilled to be sharing with you Yodawy’s new brand identity.
Egypt-based online pharmacy marketplace Yodawy, has raised $7.5 million in a Series B funding round led by Middle East Venture Partners (MEVP), Global Ventures and Algebra Ventures, with participation from CVentures, P1 Ventures and Athaal Angel Investors Group.
MetLife is one of the largest and trusted insurance companies globally, and a leading medical insurance company in Egypt for over two decades. Yodawy, founded in 2018, has quickly become the health sector’s de facto digital transformation and online pharmacy ordering platform. The company raised $1M in a Pre-series A round led by Algebra Ventures last year.
World renowned medical insurance company, MetLife has, teamed up with Egypt’s Yodawy, a digital platform and online pharmacy, to form a holistic medical service that simplifies the nuisance experience of medical insurance. The multi-year partnership, according to Yodawy, is the first of its kind in the Middle East, and will leverage on tech-enabled solutions to provide a streamlined set of services to MetLife members in Egypt.
Yodawy, Egypt’s largest online digital pharmacy benefits platform, has raised USD 1 mn in a series A funding round led by our friends at Algebra Ventures and CVentures (a wholly-owned subsidiary of CIB), with the participation of angel investor firm ASI Ventures, according to a press release. It’s the latest in a string of investments Algebra has led this year, giving it today a portfolio that includes HolidayMe, Trella, Elmenus, iCommunity and Halan.
Egypt’s largest online medicine ordering and pharmacy benefits platform, Yodawy, raises $1 million in Series A funding round led by Algebra Ventures and CVentures, with participation from Egyptian angel investment firm, ASI Ventures.
Yodawy, Egypt’s largest online medication ordering and pharmacy benefits platform and the region’s first digital claims manager, just announced that it has raised $1M in Series A funding. The round was led by Egypt’s Algebra Ventures, CVentures, with participation from ASI Ventures, an Egyptian angel investor firm.