Tunisian Team Collaboration Startup Cynoia Secures $930k in Funding for West African Expansion
Tunisian team collaboration startup Cynoia has announced a significant funding milestone, securing $930,000 to fuel its expansion into the West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA), focusing on Senegal and Ivory Coast.
Founded in 2022, Cynoia is dedicated to simplifying and streamlining collaboration within organizations.
Its innovative platform integrates a comprehensive suite of essential tools, from chat and video conferencing to email and calendar management, document handling, and project management.
Currently serving over 3,000 users across nine countries, Cynoia is poised for further expansion following this strategic funding round led by United Gulf Financial Services, 216 Capital Ventures, and Bpifrance.
The startup aims to capitalize on the burgeoning UEMOA markets, with Senegal and Ivory Coast identified as key growth targets.
“We are thrilled to have secured this funding, which will enable us to accelerate our expansion plans and make Cynoia the go-to collaboration platform for businesses across West Africa,” remarked Riahi, CEO of Cynoia.
“Our partners share our vision of empowering teams with a centralized platform that enhances collaboration and productivity.”
Cynoia’s expansion into UEMOA is a testament to its commitment to revolutionizing team collaboration across Africa.
With its innovative platform and strong leadership, the startup is well-positioned to significantly impact the region.
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