Bassita is an Egyptian startup that has been operating since 2014. We are the innovators of the multi-awarded model the Clickfunding. We specialize in social media campaigning, cause marketing, brand identity, marketing solutions, and video production. We are firm believers that clicks have powers.
At the dawn of the Arab spring of 2011 it was clear that social media had the power to unite people and inspire change. No doubt you’ve heard that story countless times already, but that moment was key for the now- Bassita team who realized that if social media could be used to start a revolution, what would stop it from continuing to bring change and development to Egypt and beyond?
This vision led to the creation of the innovative and now multi-award winning Clickfunding model in 2014, which proposes that contributing to a cause is as simple as clicking or tapping on your screen. It is hardly a coincidence then that Bassita-is the Arabic word for ‘simple’. Between Clickfunding initiatives the Bassita team can be found using their talents to help other organizations with social media campaigning, cause marketing, brand identity, marketing solutions, and video production.
Social media for social good.
We aspire to improve societies all over the world by contributing to a better future through a unique model. Clickfunding allows diverse parts of communities to work together to achieve something whole and concrete. Web users, positive initiatives, and sponsors align for social good.
Alban de Ménonville
General Manager, Co-Founder
“Out of clicks we can create anything!”
Sustainability Manager, Co-Founder.
“A new industry is emerging; we have to realize that clicks have powers.”
Art Director, Co-Founder
“No matter where or what, we can create impact everywhere.”
Senior Filmmaker, Designer
“Click, share, help.”
“The initiatives we have supported were amazed by the efficiency of our model.”
“When people like my designs they create something concrete.”
“It’s only the beginning of a huge shift.”
Graphic Designer, Web Copywriter
"Who says clicking is a waste of time?"