The ride-hailing service of Singapore transport firm ComfortDelGro is now available on Lazada's app home page.
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The GrabForGood initiative will support programs aimed at delivering long-term social and environmental impact.
Gupshup plans to invest funds from the round for research and development, marketing activities, and hiring for its product and engineering teams.
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With the latest round of funding, ShareChat's valuation has risen to US$2.1 billion, making it the latest Indian startup to enter into the unicorn club.
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Amid a pandemic and an industry in flux, STB’s digital resource platform goes a long way in ensuring that information is timely and relevant.
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In January, GoBear said it would cease operations because of the challenges brought about by Covid-19.
Founder and CEO Ritesh Agarwal also said that some of Oyo's largest markets are currently operating profitably.
Iron Mountain Data Centers recognized early on that the resource-rich country’s large, untapped market is brimming with potential.
Utrust is a blockchain payment solution that helps merchants accept digital currencies and provides rewards for transactions made within the app.
Canadian defined benefit pension plan OMERS and Innovation Growth Ventures' Sony Innovation Fund also joined the round.
Check out this constantly updated list of startups in Korea who've raised the most funding of late.
There are over 30 tech startups across the region planning an IPO, and more than half of them could collectively raise over US$25 billion.
With this investment, Groww is the fourth Indian startup that joined the unicorn club this week.
The investment is aimed at finding new growth opportunities across Southeast Asia.
The company had earlier sold its brokerage units in Singapore and Hong Kong to employee benefits broker Pacific Prime.
How can a business in its growth stage attract strong investor interest?
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