Orcas (Egypt) raises US$2.1-million from investors led by NFX Ventures and Access Bridge Ventures

Egyptian based Orcas has raised US$2.1-million from investors led by NFX Ventures and Access Bridge Ventures. Orcas provides an edutech platform for the online tutoring of K-12 students starting from kindergarten through to primary and high school. The company was established in 2019 by Hossam Taher and Amira El Gharib with plans to expand into Pakistan. The stake acquired by investors was not disclosed.

NFX Ventures is an early stage venture capital firm that invests between US$500,000 to US$4-million in various startups. The firm has invested or advised more than 350 startups at their earliest stage in companies such as Doordash, Lyft, Trulia, Ribbon, Mammoth Biosciences, Ramp, Moov, BridgeCrew and Renegade among many others.

Access Bridge Ventures is an early stage venture capital fund that invests in entrepreneurs across the Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan. The fund invests in healthtech, edutech, fintech, enterprise tech, SaaS, ecommerce enablers and marketplaces. The firm has invested in Dawatach, Flextock, Speero, Cassbana, Immersify Education and Jiye among others.

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