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Fintech startup Slice has become India’s latest unicorn after it raised $220 million at a valuation of over $1 billion. This capital-raising was done as part of Slice’s Series B funding round led by Tiger Global and Insight Partners which are investments firms based in New York. There were also other investors participating in the […]Read more
India’s Mensa Brands breached the billion-dollar valuation mark in just six months from launch, becoming the fastest startup in India to become a unicorn. “Our deep focus on technology and digital brand building, as well as our people, has allowed us to grow 3x of our initial plan,” Ananth Narayanan, founder, and CEO of Mensa […]Read more
The Singapore unicorn expects its SPAC deal to finalize in Q4 of this year. Grab, the Southeast Asian unicorn reported a net loss of $988 million for the July-September quarter, increased from a loss of $621 million a year earlier, as increased COVID-19 control measures in the area impacted its core ride-hailing business. The Singaporean […]Read more
The Philippines-based payments app, Mynt, has become the first tech unicorn in the country after raising over $300 million in a funding round that valued the company at over $2 billion. It is the fintech arm of Globe Telecom and the operator of the popular mobile wallet GCash. It announced that the funding round was […]Read more
Since there were only three unicorns in Southeast Asia in 2014, the ecosystem is teeming with billion-dollar startups. There were just three unicorns in Southeast Asia in 2014: VNG, Garena (now ‘Sea,’ and Razer. Today, there are more than 20 unicorns in the region. This phenomenal expansion can be traced in part to the region’s […]Read more
Digital tech unicorn Grab has been working to put its home delivery service that delivers food and grocery products in the black by the end of this year as it prepares to offer its shares on the Nasdaq stock market. The Singapore-based company has an application for restaurants, allowing clients to monitor the effectiveness of […]Read more
Carousell Achieved Unicorn Status, With a Valuation of US$1.1B Thanks to a US$100M Investment From Korea’s STIC Investments
Carousell Group, a Singapore-based classifieds startup with operations in nine countries throughout Asia and Canada, revealed yesterday that it had secured US$100 million (RM415 million) to accelerate expansion. The media announcement made no mention of a listing. However, media sources from June have connected it to a prospective US listing via SPAC (Special Purpose Acquisition […]Read more
Cloud kitchen startup Rebel Foods has entered the unicorn club after raising $175 million in its Series F funding round that was led by sovereign wealth fund Qatar Investment Authority (QIA), with a valuation of $1.4 billion. Other investors also include existing investors such as Coatue and Evolvence. Rebel Foods has said that it is […]Read more
In a round led by IIFL AMC’s late-stage tech fund, Licious, an India-based direct-to-consumer (D2C) startup that offers premium meat and seafood, raised $52 million at a valuation of $1 billion. Thus, Licious, which Singapore state investor Temasek backs, has become India’s 29th unicorn this year. The startup will use the new funds to expand its manufacturing and […]Read more