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Egypt EdTech platform MARJ3 closes an investment seed investment round


MARJ3, an Egypt-based youth education platform has raised another seed round led by DOJO, a US-based investment expert alongside other angel investors.

MARJ3 is an online platform connecting the youth across MENA to offer educational opportunities across the globe. Currently, there are over 2.4 million online visitors per month, drawn from the MENA region. The startup has three main departments; one for schools and universities, the other scholarships for funded opportunities, and courses for MOOCs and tutorship.

This investment will be channeled to revamp their new business model and facilitate more universities to onboard into the platform. This helps accelerate the teams Africa-wide expansion plans.

According to a post shared by Magnitt, the CEO & Co-Founder Sami Al-Ahmad shared a few comments, expressing a “strong” belief in the “strategic partnership” in their expansion drive. He expressed how the recent covid-19 pandemic has filed this transformation across the globe.

Brian Mac Mahon, the  Experts DOJO CEO, shared how she was “pleased” in their investment in what she describes as the ” ground zero” for educational information globally.


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