Moroccan medical startup, DabaDoc expanding to Nigeria and SA

by | Sep 29, 2015

Moroccan medical appointment booking startup service DabaDoc has announced it is launching in Nigeria and South Africa, in the next phase of its pan-African expansion, Disrupt Africa reports.

The service which is used by quite a large number of patients each month to connect with doctors,features doctors in 72 different specialties across 50 cities.

The company’s co-founder Zineb Drissi Kaitouni, says expansion is in-line with the company’s strategic plan, which targets markets which present strong potential.

Launched in January 2014 by sister and brother Zineb Drissi Kaitouni and Driss Drissi Kaitouni, DabaDoc allows users to find doctors and book appointments online.

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Imanah Oluseyi
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