Saudi startup Gazal raises $2 million in seed round

Sarah Faisal

Gazal, the Saudi startup that launched last year with the mission to redesign the future of transportation in the GCC region, has raised $2 million in a seed funding round.

With the success of this new round, the total post-money value of the startup has shot up to $6 million. 

Gazal focuses on making short-distance commutes sustainable, environment-friendly, and healthier.

Haytham Alsuhaimi, Co-Founder of Gazal, said while commenting on the company’s vision in a brief to the media, “We are determined to revolutionize transportation and contribute to the reduction of air pollution with simple, safe, and sustainable mobility solutions.”

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“It has always been proven that startups are making the difference and so is Gazal. Gazal will contribute a lot to the dramatic changes and improvements that Saudi Arabia is experiencing nowadays for making a greener and healthier life,” Abdulrahman Alhashimi, Gazal’s Product Manager, added.

The newly raised capital will help Gazal’s ongoing attempt to create a superior infrastructure network and become an integrated part of every community first in the Kingdom, and then the broader region.

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