Ogram, digital on-demand staffing platform، raised $3 million in a Series A funding round, led by Modus Capital and Aditum Investment Management, Dtec Ventures, the investment arm of Dubai Technology Entrepreneur Campus and DAAL VC, among other strategic investors in the round to support the company with scaling ‘The New Workforce’ across the globe.
Ogram is a digital staffing marketplace that enables businesses to book and manage staff on-demand. Its cutting-edge technology has made job matching 160 times faster and 50% more reliable delivering compliant, reliable, and quality staff on-demand.
“We’ve only just started to scratch the surface of on-demand staffing. Our end goal is to empower workers to take back control and to change the way companies hire. Being pioneers in a nascent economy has enabled us to capitalise on a golden opportunity and has truly cemented our commitment and belief that this is the future of work. Our strategy is to dominate the MENA region and European markets that are counter-cyclical, highly dependent on part-time work, and want to adopt flexible working patterns,” Shafiq Khartabil, CEO & Co-Founder of Ogram, stated.
The startup will use the funds will fuel marketplace growth for Ogram to expand into the Saudi Arabia and Europe, with sights firmly set on Greece as the European launchpad.
Ogram’s mission is to enhance the lives of all its workers, by providing them with the tools and autonomy to create their own flexible work schedules.
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