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Esaal, an Egyptian startup, has raised $1.7 million for its first round of seed funding to promote mobile health and overall wellness.






Egyptian Startup Esaal Raises $1.7 Million In First Round Of seed raising to promote health and wellbeing and also expand into the Middle East and North Africa. 

Fadi Doss founded Esaal, a telemedicine startup, in 2018. It charges a service fee for video, audio and consultations with specialists in various fields, including anxiety, physiotherapy, physiotherapy, nutrition and paediatrics, among others.

Additionally, it provides employee programs for companies. Texting, video and voice calls and personal home visits with medical professionals for consultations on mental health, physical health, as well as nutrition are all part of the platform’s comprehensive wellness solution, which is designed to be user-friendly, hassle-free, and safe.

Since it first opened its doors, Esaal has attracted more than three hundred and fifty consultants from various fields. These consultants have offered their expertise in health and wellness to nearly one million individuals, which ensures that the platform’s health professionals have access to a sizable customer base.

According to Fadi Doss, CEO of Esaal, “It has been a fantastic adventure creating a solution that we are highly enthusiastic about. 

We have had the unrivalled support of seasoned and shrewd investors like A15. They are practically building this business alongside us, with expert knowledge that has aided our expansion and success into key target markets.

We have a market, and we are making every effort to find additional funding to assist the ongoing expansion of our business. Esaal is now virtually interchangeable with quality, dependability, better access to health & wellness professionals who can help consumers achieve superior results”.

Since it started in 2018, the company has been able to raise $3 million through successful funding raising.

Esaal will use the money to expand its operations throughout the Middle East and North Africa regions, MENA, invest in developing new products and brands and hire additional staff.


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