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Grab Raises US$750 Million In Funding To Go Up Against Uber Southeast Asia Expansion

Grab, formerly known as GrabTaxi and the largest company rivaling Uber in Southeast Asia has raised an amount of US$750 million in their Series F investment rounds. The oversubscribed funding was said to be led by Japan’s SoftBank and China’s Didi Kuaidi. This achievement is quite the milestone for the company which has launched in […]

JoJonomic Reach Singapore After Grabbing $1.5m Series A Funding For Expense Management Software

JoJonomic is an Indonesian startup that got their breakthrough when participating in Google’s launch pad accelerator in January 2016. One of just eight Indonesian companies selected, their expense management software stood out. Originally designed to help everyday people keep track of the day-to-day expenses by using a smartphone app to digitize receipts, tickets and more, […]

SalesPreso’s Max Power Pitch Decks Close $1.5 Million In Venture Funding

Aussie start-up SalesPreso has created the answer to powerpoint that sales teams didn’t know they’ve been waiting for. Its beefed up storytelling and integrated updates mean sales teams can stop labouring over slideshows and focus on closing. Their latest funding round was led by Sapien Ventures, and raised 1.5 million USD from investors in the […]

ViSenze Finds $10.5m On The Table To Help People Shop Direct From Their Environment

ViSenze is a Singapore based start-up looking to change the way we use computer vision. That doesn’t mean Terminator style augmented reality, but rather using your smartphone to change the way you shop. Their series A funding round raised them a healthy 3.5 Million USD to play with, and the results have been remarkable. Now […]

Rapid 3D Printing Firm Carbon Scores $81 Million For International Expansion

Carbon, formerly known as Carbon 3D, of Redwood City California have just successfully added a cool $81 million in venture funding to its Series C round. With the money coming from heavy hitters like BMW, GE and Nikon, adding to money from venture capitalists like GV and Sequoia Capital, the company are starting to raise […]
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