Saudi grocery delivery start-up Nana raised $133 million in funds as it looks to expand in the Kingdom, according to a report by the Saudi Press Agency.
Nana is the first platform in Saudi Arabia to offer the sale and delivery of groceries. Kingdom Holding Company and Uni Ventures led funding for Nana’s record Series C investment round. Sultan Holding, Al-Jasser Holding, Red Diamond Company, Dallah Al-Baraka Group, AlJammaz Holding, and others also contributed to one of the largest investment rounds for a Saudi start-up. Since launching the app has been downloaded more than 10 million times.
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