Tenmou announces investing in two new startups

Bahrain’s first Business Angels Company, Tenmou, has announced investing in two new startups with thriving potential. Sept by Yara Al Dhaen, a regional fashion technology platform that aims to revolutionize the shopping experience, and Savii by Jane Harvey, the first NeoBank for teens in the GCC; a mobile wallet for 13 to 18 year olds!

Both Sept and Savii have received an undisclosed fund. Savii is still in its pre-launch phase, while Sept was part of Flat6Labs Bahrain’s fourth cohort.

Keep up to date with Tenmou’s investment rounds on their Instagram.

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