Since its launch early this year, Wamda Capital has been on an investment blitz, actively funding leading companies in the Middle East and North Africa.

You may have heard of some of the fund’s other investments as well as its agreements with various regional incubators, in previous posts or at conferences, but here’s the full list of the ten startups that Wamda Capital has invested in this year:

It has funded Akhtaboot, Duplays, Nextly, Qordoba, SocialWire, Woopra,, ShopGo, Supermama, and Ubanquity. As stated on the Wamda Capital page, the fund looks for “game changing entrepreneurs” who are building remarkable companies.

The sector-agnostic fund typically invests at the early stage, between $50,000 and $500,000, with an average ticket size of $250,000, and oftens co-invests with other regional and international investors.

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