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Lagare.ma start-up raises $200K to scale up to the next level

The mobility platform has just raised 2 Million MAD from an international group specializing in private equity. The first call for investment that allows the young company to expand its offer around the world and to improve its solution.

Lagare.ma, more than 10,000 departures every day

Founded in 2014 by the young Issam Darui, Lagare.ma is today the first electronic bus station in Morocco, with over 10,000 departures every day in all directions within the kingdom to more than 150 destinations, and abroad to 7 European countries, and accessible in 10 languages and 25 currencies.

The company currently has 5 employees. Its ambition is to offer a simple, reliable and economical solution to travelers, and to become the best platform to buy bus tickets in Morocco and Africa.

Issam Darui, a 23-year-old native of Oujda, had managed to hoist the Moroccan flag to Mauritius, having been crowned the “Young Outstanding African Entrepreneur of the Year” at the 2017 edition of the African Awards for Entrepreneurship¬† “African Leadership Network”, an annual gathering that brings together around 300 businessmen and African leaders.

Amine Benkeroum

A 26 yo geek from Morocco, who loves innovation, startups, new technologies and meet smart people to improve my skills and build new technologies.

Web developer, with +2 years experience in web development for big European companies, founder of Wired.Africa.

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