As it closes its Series A round, AladdinB2B held an exclusive gathering of investors from ME’s leading VC firms, fund of funds, and wealth management companies to exchange views on the current economic climate, tech startup ecosystem, and future of business networking in relation to digital resources.
As an emerging leader in the business-to-business meeting industry, Aladdin leverages data and technology to create qualified B2B solutions; connecting buyers to sellers, investors to startups, and manufacturers to distributors, based on ideal target profiling and meeting objectives. The company has arranged over 30,000 pre-qualified meetings year-to-date.
Given the volatility in today’s economy, finding quality business leads is both costly and time-consuming. Companies and professionals around the world are in search of a cost-effective and simple digital solution.
After 18 months in the making, Aladdin 0.3 is in the final stages of testing and will soon be released on iOS, Android, and desktop devices. This new version will allow users to find qualified business leads, identify the right decision-maker, and book ROI-driven meetings.
Additionally, Aladdin has built a structured methodology and an automated approach to make it easier for business-oriented individuals to follow up on and close deals. Reporting and sales pipeline systems are ready without the need for scanning business cards or manually shifting deals along various stages of a funnel. B2B event organizers and government export departments can now access a real-time dashboard to overview ROI across thousands of delegate companies in various locations and industries.
The buzz surrounding the release as well as Aladdin’s Series A, called for an interactive gathering between the company’s CEO Alaa Ismail and 15 inquisitive investors to further explore the startup’s future trajectory.
Noting its increasing potential, several up and coming investors also want to be a part of Aladdin, which is to announce the opening of a mega series B round soon after closing series A.