All right.

I know what you’re thinking.

Another grocery delivery app?

I mean...come on!

DoorDash, Seamless, Instashop, Instacart, Talabat, Swiggy, UberEats, Delivery Hero…man...wherever you are in the world, chances are you can order your groceries from home, at the click of a button.

But it’s not just the app store where we’re…drowning in grocery delivery options, right? Have you read through the TechCrunch lately?

Ig’s a race…no, a full-out sprint amongst grocery delivery startup promising you your groceries in as little time as possible.

That is, as soon as one raises like a trillion bucks (hyperbole, of course) to get you your groceries in ten minutes, another one comes along, promising you your groceries in nine.

It’s insane…


And for Ahmad Yousry and Rabbit in Egypt?

Well, to call a spade a’s been more of the same.

They had the pre-seed heard all around the world last year: $11 million dollars, before even launching! It was the biggest of its kind in the history of the entire Middle East.

But Rabbit’s story…Ahmad’s story?

It’s not just yet another case study on raising money fast or delivering milk and bread fast…but rather: on building fast.

It took he and his team 130 days…yep: 130 days…between coming up with the idea for Rabbit….and making Rabbit’s first delivery.

And in the process, he’s helped put Egypt…well, on the damn map, inspiring a generation of Egyptians to dream big and move quick…like a Rabbit.

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