Egyptian Fashion E-commerce Platform, DressCode, Raises $250k Funding



Egyptian fashion and lifestyle e-commerce startup DressCode has secured US$250,000 in funding to help it expand its offering, mostly in the home décor space.


Founded in 2018 by Mohamed Abdel Dayem and Ali Zakaria, DressCode is an e-commerce retail platform that sells female clothing, beauty and home products, connecting Egyptian manufacturers directly to consumers.


The startup provides a platform for local fashion brands and designers to market and sell their products, while providing customers with a one-stop-shop for stylish quality products at appealing prices.


So far, it has fulfilled 30,000 orders, and it now offers 6,000 SKUs having raised a funding round last year. Now, having secured a further US$250,000 from Egypt Ventures, it is targeting further expansion.


Written by How Africa News

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