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|| Jordanian online firm d1g.com closes first round of financing

d1g tech investorsThe Jordan-based online firm d1g.com has announced that they have completed their first round of venture capital funding and they have already started their second round, which includes negotiations with some of the leading venture capital and private equity firms in the Middle East.

The online firm, which has become a community of more than 3 million users per month, recently announced appointment of Yahoo!'s Chief Data Officer and Executive Vice President, Dr. Usama Fayyad, to their board of directors.



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