Funding Rounds

Singapore’s EDBI joins US$40 million Series F funding in US tech unicorn WalkMe

EDBI is investing US$10 million in the Series F round led by Insight Venture Partners and WalkMe’s first institutional investor, Mangrove Capital Partners, bringing the total capital in the round to US$50 million.

Indonesian fintech AwanTunai secures US$4.3 million in Series A funding

The Series A funding was led by Insignia and AMTD Group, in addition to the participation of Global Brain, Fenox Venture capital and other unnamed investors.
Nusantara Technology

Nusantara Technology closes Alpha JWC Ventures-led Series A funding

Led by CEO Steven Wongsoredjo, Nusantara Technology is the company behind the millennial-focused media platforms - Yukepo and Keepo.

Singapore’s AI Startup AnyMind raises US$13.4 Million Series B led by LINE and Mirai...

30/10/2018 - Singapore’s artificial intelligence (AI) solutions provider AnyMind Group has successfully raised US$13.4 million in its Series B round led by LINE Corporation...

NinjaCart to raise US$20 to US$25 million from Accel Partners

The new fundraising will be led by Accel Partners with at least one new investor expected to come on board, said NinjaCart.

Malaysian P2P Financing Startup Fundaztic raises US$720K in 38 Minutes on pitchIN

Fundaztic will use the money to grow Fundaztic’s team in order to increase penetration in the SME markets, while maintaining the quality of notes raised.

OnlinePajak raises over US$25 million in Warburg Pincus-led Series B funding round

OnlinePajak will use the funding capital for innovation to provide better solutions to users.

Gobi Partners to lead US$4.8 million funding round for freelancing platform Fastwork

This latest financing round brings Fastwork’s total external financing to US$5.5 million.

GoWork raises US$10 million in Series A to expand co-working in Indonesia

Gowork plans to use the proceeds to expand aggressively and triple its footprint over the next year.

Red Dot Capital, Singtel Innov8 co-lead US$30 million in CTERA’s Series D funding

The cloud file service startup will use the capital to boost its presence in the Southeast Asia market, specifically in Singapore.
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