- Morocco-based e-commerce startup LNKO has raised a $335,000 investment from CDG Invest.
- Founded in 2020 by Maha Bennani, LNKO provides direct-to-customer (D2C) eyewear options including sunglasses and optical frames and claims to have served over 10,000 clients in a year.
- The newly acquired funding will enable LNKO to extend its services across Mena, with a keen focus on the UAE, and move from the seed stage to the next round of 212 Founders, a support and funding programme accelerating startups across Morocco.
Source: Tech in Africa
LNKO has received $335,000 from CDG Invest which will go into upscaling its mission. LNKO is a startup operating in e-commerce and specialises in trendy eyewear. The funding will see LNKO progress to the next round of 212 Founders which is a support and funding programme accelerating startups across Morocco.
LNKO was established in 2020 by founder Maha Bennani to provide direct-to-customer eyewear options. The company is looking to scale its offering across Mena, with a keen focus on the UAE.
212 Founders programme director, Youssef Mamou was happy with the new developments even going further to describe LYNKO as the “Moroccan site for the sale of online glasses.” He went to reveal that they have serviced over 10,000 clients in a year. LNKO will use the funds to move from the seed stage to the accelerator phase and realise its regional objectives.