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Careem now is an online delivery platform for goods and services. This delivery platform, with end-to-end logistical capabilities, marks Careem’s entry into the food-delivery market and operates via a separate app. Currently, Careem has launched its services in
Dubai and Jeddah, and Egypt and Pakistan will soon follow, but they aim to make Careem NOW the biggest online delivery platform for goods and services in the region, and over $150 million will be invested in Careem NOW, reflecting their level of commitment in creating a first-class delivery service.
The food delivery market in Careem NOW’s target countries is predicted to grow to around $25 billion by 2022 as the global trend for how we order food is reflected in our region.
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Mrsool is a leading, along with Raed Ventures, a multimillion-dollar investment round in Mrsool — the leading Saudi on-demand delivery service.
Mrsool is a service where couriers can purchase products on behalf of a consumer from any shop in the city, and then instantly deliver them. The company’s huge potential hinges on the growing consumer demand for fast delivery services and a user experience that takes into consideration local payment preferences.
Mrsool is truly unique in what it does. It processed more than SAR 1 billion (approx. $ 270 million) in transactions in 2018, attaining a total of 4 million registered users at the end of the year. Two things stood out when we first started talking to Mrsool’s founders: firstly, the depth of their product insight was impressive, and this is reflected in the design of an original user experience solving a common consumer need. Secondly, Mrsool’s business model has been validated by the high rates of organic growth they have experienced over the past couple of years.
Mrsool was started in 2015 by founders Ayman Al Sanad and Naïf Al Samri. Ayman, as CEO, has a background in software engineering. In 2009, he was the first to localize the android operating system in Arabic — two years before official Arabic language support in the mobile operating system. Naïf, as COO, has a background in architectural engineering and has been handling operations scaling in the bootstrapped company.
Riyadh-based food delivery platform Jahez has raised $36.5 million (SAR 137 million) in a Series A round led by Saudi VC Impact46, the startup, and investment firm announced today. Founded in 2016 by Ghassab Al-Mandil, Jahez’s food delivery platform offers complete delivery solutions (with the help of freelance couriers) to its restaurant partners in over 20 cities of the Kingdom, competing with the likes of Delivery Hero’s Hunger Station, Careem Now, and many other local players. Its platform automates the inbound order flow through a single point and provides last-mile delivery service too, to deliver food to
It has recently also expanded its offering to grocery stores and non-food retailers, delivering to their customers as many people stay indoors due to Covid-19 and are make these purchases online. Jahez is now also planning to expand into cloud-kitchens, groceries, and non-food e-commerce services. It will use the fresh funds to further develop its tech, launch new products & services, and solidify its position in Saudi Arabia. Its team of 180 employees is spread across Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, and 19 other cities in Saudi, “The success story of Jahez carries with it national pride, a Saudi company launched by Saudi management and staff with more than 90 percent of Saudization,” said the statement. Ghassab Al-Mandil, co-founder and CEO of Jahez, in a statement, said, “Our starting point when creating Jahez was to give restaurants the tools they need to remain competitive in a digital world. In the current pandemic, we help restaurants, supermarkets, pharmacies, and other retailers gain access to a new digital channel and generate revenue by selling through Jahez.”
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Their Founder’s ambition was to transform the food industry in the middle east which meant enabling people to order the food they want when they want it, so they could enjoy their perfect meal from the convenience of their homes or offices. In 2012, in Khobar, the story was made life in the form of Hunger Station, a website that has opened people’s doors and mouths to more dishes than they could ever ask for. Today, also in the form of an app, their company is a multi-city online food and grocery ordering and delivery system with more than 10000 partners including internationally established brands and local cuisine. With more than 10000 stores operating in more than 70 cities in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, Hunger Station is the platform to fuel your hunger and satisfy your cravings while enjoying an easy and great ordering experience. No need to look for restaurants or grocery numbers anymore! With Hunger Station, you can order from your favorite restaurants and stores and pay online or even by cash on delivery!
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