Trteeb raised $150K investment

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The popular Jordan-based speculation fund, ISSF also known as The Innovative Startups and SMEs Fund has reported an immediate venture of $150K in Trteeb, a startup situated in Jordan and Saudi Arabia. The announcement of the investment was made back in January this year. It was also stated that the investment underlines the technique of the ISSF to help 150-200 neighborhood organizations through immediate and backhanded ventures and assemble the limits of 825 business visionaries along with SMEs through specific preparation to qualify them for planned speculations. Trteeb uses trend-setting innovations to give an online stage having some expertise in fitting customary Arab articles of clothing by associating clients to tailors, thusly animating business sector execution and decidedly affecting every single included gathering.

The platform gives clients the choice to either browse a choice of accessible textures and plans or redo their thobes to suit their different preferences along with everything else, close by simple and advantageous estimating techniques to guarantee extreme comfort and customization.

“Since our founding in 2017, we have been placing special focus on promising innovative startups that utilize technology to support different local markets, and Trteeb is a prime example of such a company. Through this investment, we are looking to accelerate the growth of Ttrteeb’s operations both locally and regionally, as well as empower its highly talented team, in order to ultimately advance the national economy and achieve the development and prosperity we aspire towards,” said CEO of ISSF, Laith Al Qasem.

“We have been in contact with the ISSF from the outset and ever since their expert team has guided Trteeb and other startups within the ecosystem in tackling and overcoming critical challenges, consequently adding great value and saving us time and effort. This investment, which underscores the ISSF’s steadfast commitment to supporting and enabling Jordanian tech companies to succeed, will be used to sustain the development of our employees and products both inside and outside the Kingdom,” said Trteeb Co-Founder, Sultan Basyoni. logo