Garment IO raises seed investment from 500 Startups in its third MENA Dojo
A unique startup is booming out of Cairo. After being awarded at the RiseUp pitch competition in December, being incubated at the Egyptian Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center (TIEC) and becoming a finalist at the MIT Enterprise Forum Arab Business Competition, Garment IO joins 500 Startups in its third round of MENA Dojo Series A Program with 13 other startups.
Garment IO is a plug and play software and hardware solution that helps garment factories increase productivity and quality by up to 25% by gathering real-time data from production lines to uncover inefficiencies. It empowers decision makers to detect production problems before they happen and make the right decisions to resolve them at the right time.
Garment IO is set out to expand globally and make smart manufacturing simple worldwide for the garment industry.
Sector: IoT // B2B
Founders: Ahmed Nounou, Mahmoud Sabae
The MENA Dojo is a month-long program which kicked off in Kuwait on March 31st and brings together startups from across the region that are on pace to raise a Series A within 6-9 months, aiming to help them dramatically increase their growth.
The program includes mentorship, hands-on workshops and lectures held by a panel of international growth experts. Proven growth tactics are designed to help the startups fine-tune their product positioning and prioritize the next stage of development on their roadmap to scale key metrics.