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AloPeyk on Expansion Spree - Interview

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Iranian startup AloPeyk has been on an expansion spree by attracting investment from Industry and Trade Development Investment Company, affiliated to Tehran-based financial services group Turquoise Partners
AloPeyk on Expansion Spree - Interview
AloPeyk on Expansion Spree - Interview

At a time when most Iranian startups are devising damage control strategies to weather economic headwinds caused by US sanctions, Iran’s major online package delivery firm has launched an expansion program with the support of Turquoise Partners. 
AloPeyk announced over the weekend that it has forged a deal with Yaran Daryan, which owns chainstores in Tehran and acquired the latter’s online marketplace Dokan. 
The startup’s CEO Mehdi Nayebi told Financial Tribune, “The move is in line with the company’s plan to introduce an online marketplace, AloMarket.”
“AloMarket is to be an on-demand online grocery shop. Unlike most Internet-based retailers in Iran, orders placed with AloMarket are to be delivered under an hour of registration,” he added.


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