Cairo-based e-health startup, Estshara has raised $500,000 in a Seed fund round. The startup which runs a teleconsultation services secured the fund from Egypt Ventures and this has added it to the list of healthcare platforms in Egypt’s emerging market.
The idea of the e-health startup developed years ago, from love for telecommunication and primarily saving people’s lives.
“We united our efforts to build something that is a mix between both our passions, and from there we decided to build a platform to easily connect doctors to their patients, to expand and serve more people in more places and we’re always striving to upgrade and enhance our efforts.”, a statement from the website reads
Estshara plans to invest this new raised fund to grow its current users from two million to six million and also to provide more of its customer care services.
Commenting on the new seed funding round, Dr. Amin Elhemaily, Founder and CEO of Estshara said:
“The investment will help us scale our organisation with exceptional talent and enhanced resources, as well as further increase our marketing and sales outreach to support our focused go-to-market strategy and achieve our expansion goals”
Also commenting, Ahmed Gomaa, Chairman & CEO said:
“We are excited to see this promising healthtech player, Estshara, contributing to digital transformation and financial inclusion in the Egyptian market.”
By the end of 2021, Estshara will additionally be providing consultations from specialty doctors including pediatricians, dermatologists.”
Estshara is a platform that provides healthcare consultation online. aiming to make healthcare consultation accessible to everyone in the MENA region.
Its vision is to strive in becoming the leading healthcare consultation platform in the MENA region while its mission is aiming to support people in getting get the possible medical consultation they need with the easiest ways possible.
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