Egyptian startup TradeHub has launched a dedicated digital platform aimed at promoting exports, facilitating trade operations, and supporting local manufacturers in accessing local and global markets and traders.
Founded by Ahmed Gaber, who has previously succeeded in establishing startups such as Bosta, and Ahmed Atef, former software engineer at Meta, TradeHub offers integrated solutions that transform the way manufacturers and buyers, including traders and project owners, communicate and collaborate.
The platform works to showcase manufacturers in the local and global markets by providing factory pages where they can display their factory and product details through images. This makes it easier for potential buyers to search and discover local manufacturers. Additionally, the platform allows buyers to request price quotes, create tenders, and communicate with manufacturers through the available chat feature.
“It is our duty as entrepreneurs to find suitable solutions to address the significant challenges we observe within our community, with the most important currently being encouraging local products and promoting exports abroad,” the founders said.
“Our passion for trade and manufacturing led us to discuss how this industry suffers from a lack of services. We noticed no significant change throughout this time, and traditional methods such as brokers and trade fairs remain the known ways for manufacturers to connect with buyers. We believe that our mission at TradeHub is to revolutionise trade operations, aiming to empower 10,000 manufacturing companies by the end of 2024, making trade smoother and easier for everyone.”
The TradeHub platform is exclusively available to selected manufacturers, and the founders invite manufacturers and traders to join the waiting list by registering here.