Posts Tagged ‘Group buying’


Screenshot Ideavelopers, managers of the Technology Development Fund (“TDF”) and is a subsidiary of EFG-Hermes, recently lead a Series A investment round in Offerna, Egypt’s first group buying site. Established in March 2011, Offerna provides its customers with deals that feature discounts of 50-90% for various products and services, in return guaran...
Screenshot Daily deals, group buying web site Cobone.com has raised an undisclosed amount of second-round funding from Jabbar Internet Group. Jabbar, who are backed by Tiger Global, now take complete ownership of the company by buying out the minority shareholder, Group Buying Global (GBG), which is run by Klaus Hommels, a European Angel Investor. Lau...
Screenshot Updated: below the post. Dan Stuart CEO & founder of GoNabit confirmed that LivingSocial has acquired GoNabit. He told ArabCrunch that LivingSocial does not want to disclose terms of the deal. He said "we have high plans and high expectation and we will expand to new markets" GoNabit is now a LivingSocial company "and likely down the road...
Screenshot Update: the deal is confirmed. Looks like group buying giant has acquired UAE daily deals startup startup GoNabit that has presence in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Lebanon, Jordan and Kuwait. and indonesian startup DealKeren. The news comes from Indonesian tech startup blog Daily Social. according to the blog the logo on DealKeren’s website today ...
Screenshot Jabbar's group buying site Cobone has expanded to Cairo, Now offering special offers to the resident of the city. Like Groupon and Livingsocial Cobone works by offering special deal with deep discounts on restaurants health club and so on, users commit to the deal and if enough people buy the deal it goes live. With this move Cobone compete...
Screenshot The group buying startups spree are everywhere now a days in the Arab world, we have Cobone based in UAE from Jabbar group now operates in Amman, Jordan, Dubai, Sharija and Abu Dhabi in UAE, Beirut in Lebanon, cobone plans to expand to Cairo and other cities in GCC region. GoNanbit funded by Bayt and based also in UAE also operates in the cit...
Screenshot It is another day and we are still alive and free :) the news today Group-buying startup GoNabit has launched its Lebanese version, now offering special deals the first one for women. GoNabit works by offering offering time limited deals with dissents that can go to 60-70%, and its uses your social graph to leverage group buying, if enough ...
Screenshot Group-buying is one of the web’s fastest-growing retail platforms, and UAE based GoNabit is the first to bring it to the Arab world. CEO and Co-Founder Dan Stuart answered some questions we had about GoNabit and its quest to bring value to consumers and businesses in the Arab world. [Rock Sfeir]: What is GoNabit and what value does it bri...
Screenshot With US recessions not yet over and jobs market still tight, every penny you have can adds up to your bottom-line. With bunndlebuy you can save hard-earned currency in buying music, outdoor, Sunglasses and DVD items by leveraging your social circle or similar buyers to get bargain deals. The way bundlebuy works according to Amad Almasodi cof...
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