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The US$13 million capital will bring DocDoc’s total funding raised to date to US$24.6 million.
Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd facilitated the investment through operational and legal assistance.
The main purpose of the fund is to provide coaching for startup founders so they can raise larger rounds of capital from other local and international investors.
The Singaporean startup provides internet-of-things home products and services catered to the needs of the Asian market.
Following the fund injection, Bambu will be building up teams in key global markets and expanding product offerings.
The food-tech firm creates insect-based feed ingredients and organic fertilizers.
RAENA partners with influencers, providing them with the resources to create products under their own branding.
The Malaysian startup over-reaches its initial funding target of US$1M.
LinkAja is an integrated e-wallet service created through a merger of e-wallets from telco firm Telkomsel and lenders Bank Mandiri, BRI, and BNI.
The final size of the funding was undisclosed, but the total is well over US$50M.