Tayary, an Egypt-based logistics platform has closed an undisclosed amount in a pre-seed funding round led by The Cairo Angels, AUC Angels, and Alex Angels.
The pre-seed funding will enable the startup to expand its reach, grow its workforce and launch an extensive marketing campaign, increasing its client base.
Having started its operations in 2017, Tayary aims to build a multifaceted online platform that speeds up current delivery mechanisms for both B2B and B2C order types.
Currently, the Alexandria-based startup offers B2B delivery services, online food ordering, and grocery and pharmacy deliveries.
The platform gained more traction during the COVID-19 lockdown period in 2020 with the launch of Tayary Go, a unique on-demand courier service that helps clients confined to their homes by the pandemic.
How it works
Tayary designed an order-tracking technology, enabling businesses and customers to efficiently send and receive their deliveries. It allows users to track their order via GPS from the restaurant until it gets to their doorstep.
The startup demonstrates a commitment to its users in that it gives them the choice of recommending a place that is not featured on its app.
As such, whenever a user recommends a place, the Tayary team visits the recommended food spot or restaurant and uploads their menu on the application giving users exactly what they need.
According to the CEO of the company, Amr Abdelfattah, Tayary ensures a solid user experience. In addition, the startup collaborates with its vendor partners to provide a wide variety of restaurant choices to its clients.
“We continue to strive to provide more delivery solutions to a wider range of user base, both to B2B and B2C.
In 2019 we released our vendor on-demand delivery app, which enables restaurants to access riders in their range and deliver their own orders, we serve a wide range of business starting from multinationals like McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, and Hardee’s to single local restaurants.”, he said.
Featured Image: Amr Abdelfattah, CEO, Tayary
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