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Trolley, a Cairo-based grocery delivery platform founded last year, has secured a $200 000 seed investment.
Tech publication MenaBytes reported in an article yesterday (27 August) that the investment was made by a Kuwait investor.
It’s not clear when the deal was concluded.
Ventureburn sought comment from Trolley on this and other questions on its operations but had not received a response at the time of publication.
Trolley was founded last year by CEO Mohamed Abbas
The startup, which operates its own warehouse and also works with grocery chains, claims on its website that it delivers to all Cairo and Giza areas within three hours of purchase. It is reported to be completing over 400 orders per month.
Trolley founder and CEO Mohamed Abbas told MenaBytes that the startup will use the funding for marketing, website and app development, as well as for team expansion.
MenaBytes also reported that the startup is looking to expand to Alexandria and three other governorates in Egypt.
Featured image: Screenshot off Trolley’s website