Grow in EMEA is award winning investment advisory shop for your investment plans across Central and East Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. We do investment and investments advisory services in EMEA region since 2015 with our offices in Istanbul - Turkey, Dubai - UAE and Kyrenia, Cyprus.
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REM People; utilizes the most innovative technologies in all stages of data collection from field and point of sale (POS), analyzing the collected data and providing these data through specially designed reporting interface for the needs of the companies. Exports to more than 12 countries and continue growing in the international market via its MENA office. Company received “Top Exporter Award” from Turkish Exporters Assembly, on October 2018 after Grow in EMEA’s involvement for MENA side.
Hussle.com’s local competitor-version of cleaning-market place Temizlikyolda.com, operates since 2013 in Turkish market. After Grow in EMEA’s involvement on late 2016, company got an investment from Saudi Group on 2018 May and starting to operate in MENA market as Ercmureeh.com. With that investment round Ali Rıza Babaoğlan, Managing Partner of Grow in EMEA appointed as Board Member covering all MENA relations.
Pandora is a virtual reality and augmented reality solution provider for Real Estate, Architecture, Interior Design, Furniture, Education, Medical and Hotel markets. Ideation to development, Pandora Reality offers end-to-end Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Solutions tailored for your needs. Grow in EMEA supports Pandora Reality to get strategic projects since its investment round on 2016 in various accounts over Turkey and Middle East.
Details of Some Exits
Grow in EMEA exited from its positions on “Moyra Gelecek Teknolojileri AS” with a rate of x30 over Turkish Lira (₺) on November’18 after involving company as a strategic investor on Sep 2017 with special conditions.
REKMOB, Grow in EMEA’s strategic investment on mobile ad management side, was acquired by Reklam Store on March 2016 where Grow in EMEA exited with a rate of x11.8 over Turkish Lira (₺).
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