This article showcases our top picks for the best Egypt based Art startups. These startups and companies are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the Art industry, but are all exceptional companies well worth a follow.
We tried to pick companies across the size spectrum from cutting edge startups to established brands.
We selected these startups and companies for exceptional performance in one of these categories:
- Innovative ideas
- Innovative route to market
- Innovative product
- Exceptional growth
- Exceptional growth strategy
- Societal impact
Top Egypt Art Startups
Yadaweya is an online fair trade marketplace that serves as a platform for those interested in discovering Egypt and its cultural heritage. Yadaweya aims to connect (offline) local Egyptian artisans with (online) customers worldwide.
Yadaweya’s story begins with a team of young Egyptian social entrepreneurs passionate about the diverse handicrafts and handmade treasures of Egyptian artisans. Yadaweya is not just an online handicrafts marketplace but it also serves as a platform for sharing stories about artisans with customers who value and appreciate the uniqueness of these traditional crafts.
Yadaweya aims to contribute to building a platform that helps sustain Egyptian craftsmanship, in a time and place where our skilled artisan partners lack the opportunities for stable marketing and a consistent income stream. The purpose of Yadaweya is to create a revolutionary mechanism through which the artists and artisans in Egypt can display their fine works to a global audience of prospective customers.
Yadaweya does not charge artists any fees for listing their items on the website. And by cutting out the long strings of middlemen, Yadaweya allows both online-consumers and offline-artisans to build a sustainable relationship.
We encourage our customers to send us feedback and comments in order for us to ensure the development of our crafts and help the craftsmen innovate and develop in the best way possible.. .
Knellen is an online gallery and marketplace for art, design, and decorations. It offers artists a platform to display and sell their art, giving them more exposure to the market and the chance to network with other artists.
Similarly, it offers consumers interested in buying decorative or functional art the convenience of browsing a wider variety of art from their homes in the price range they need, and have it delivered to them. Revenue primarily comes from a commission of 30% on sales.
Revenue will also come from advertisements for organizations and people who want to feature their art in prominent spots of the website, as well as from sessions and seminars to teach and educate about art and handicrafts. Market size is estimated at 7 million Egyptian Pounds annually..
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