Intella, MENA’s real-time intelligence provider, raised $1m in a seed round, led by Hala Ventures, with participation from Falak Startups, powered by the Egyptian Ministry of International Cooperation and its venture capital arm, Egypt Ventures. The funding has also attracted broad participation from other investors, such as Beyond Capital and a number of esteemed angel investors.
Founded in 2021, by Nour Altaher and Omar Mansour, Intella introduces real-time, high quality, credible research and making it accessible to all types of businesses with varying budgets.
“We are thrilled to begin this new chapter of Intella’s journey. This investment will strongly cement our growth strategy and give us the opportunity to support various organizations by gaining clearer insights into the markets in which they operate. With the help of such funding, we will be able to attract the best calibres and expand on the platform’s technology and current offerings by launching a Platform as a Service (PAAS) and developing new AI-based predictive analytic tools. This will ultimately help Intella ramp up its capacity to capture 1.2M+ data points per day, while growing its panellist engagement platform to reach 500K verified users,” Nour Altaher, Co-founder and CEO of Intella, said.
Intella offers real-time, on-demand intelligence and market research for a wide variety of clients. These include government entities, financial institutions, startups and SMEs in the fields of financial technology, banking, marketing, healthcare, education, logistics and automobiles across the MENA region, including Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
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