Egyptian fintech startup Yalla, known for its versatile financial super app, is making significant strides by expanding its operations into Saudi Arabia. With over two million users and more than seven million transactions processed through the app, Yalla is poised for growth in the Saudi market. The expansion comes after striking key agreements, including a memorandum of understanding with Alinma Bank and Digital Pay.
Dr. Waleed Sadek, the founder and CEO of Yalla, highlighted the strategic importance of entering the Saudi market, emphasizing that it follows meticulous research on customer needs and builds on Yalla's remarkable success in Egypt. With a recent launch in the UAE, Yalla aims to attract approximately one million Saudi users within the first year of operation, focusing on delivering top-notch services tailored to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's customer desires and needs.
🌍📈 Yalla's expansion into Saudi Arabia marks a pivotal milestone in its journey, promising to bring its versatile financial solutions to a new audience in the region. Stay tuned for exciting developments! 💰🇸🇦
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