216 Capital contributes $336,000 to support Tunisian startup Drest.tn's expansion

216 Capital contributes $336,000 to support Tunisian startup Drest.tn's expansion

216 Capital Ventures, a leading venture capital firm based in Tunisia, has announced a strategic investment of $336,000 in Tunisian startup, Drest.tn, to support the company's ambitious expansion plans into the African market.

Founded in 2020 by Omane and Malek Mzabi, Drest.tn has quickly gained recognition in Tunisia for its comprehensive range of lifestyle products, with a strong emphasis on fashion and beauty.

The investment will enable Drest.tn to enhance its team, strengthen technological capabilities, and optimize logistical resources, all of which will contribute to an enhanced customer experience. Drest.tn offers an exceptional selection of ready-to-wear fashion, accessories, and beauty products, sourced from renowned and authentic brands. Each product is meticulously curated to ensure excellence, with quality and customer satisfaction being paramount.

We at 216 Capital Ventures are excited to partner with Omane and Malek Mzabi and recognize their vision to become a top-of-mind brand for the general public. With our expertise in digitization, finance, and marketing, we believe that by strategically investing in technology, recruiting industry experts, and implementing comprehensive marketing initiatives, Drest.tn will redefine the digital shopping experience and reach new heights.

The latest funding round will also facilitate investments in logistics, enabling Drest.tn to optimize its supply chain, reduce costs, and enhance delivery times. Furthermore, Drest.tn is set to extend its international footprint by opening its inaugural store in Algeria, thereby strengthening its position as a regional leader.

We are confident that by partnering with Drest.tn, we can embark on a new phase of growth that will foster continued development and expansion. As an innovative e-commerce platform, Drest.tn is well-positioned to capitalize on the burgeoning African market and redefine the digital shopping experience.