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Selected participants will receive one-on-one coaching, help from mentors and technical advisors, and the potential to have UNICEF as an ongoing customer.
The fresh capital will be used to accelerate the development of imToken's next iteration imToken 3.0, recruit talent, and build a research arm.
Xiaomi will operate its electric cars business through a 100%-owned unit, which will be headed by co-founder and CEO Lei Jun.
An Amazon India spokesperson said Perpule's cloud-based point-of-sale offering will help local offline stores better manage daily operations.
Fundiin will use the new funds to fuel its market expansion efforts and onboard more merchants.
Creating safer spaces starts with augmenting traditional surveillance tools.
The fresh capital will be used to enhance Nice Tuan's supply chain capabilities and increase its offerings.
HealthPlix claims it serves a total of 12 million patients, including 10% of all diabetic and cardiac patients in India.
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This is the second business that AirAsia has launched as part of its plan to compete with super apps Grab and Gojek.
The company offers a ride cover that allows consumers to opt in and purchase an insurance for S$0.30 (US$0.22) when they book a ride on the app.
Nimbly plans to use the fresh capital to speed up its growth in more markets in Southeast Asia.
The idea of the market is to cut carbon emissions by allowing the top polluters to purchase carbon credits from others.
WhiteHat has partnered with satellite company EnduroSat to enable students to access data from and send commands to an orbiting satellite.
The fund will focus on Southeast Asian startups and will make investments in the range of US$20 million to US$100 million.
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The company will use the new funds to launch its serviced rental solutions in Japan and Australia, as well as expand into Southeast Asia.
Darren Chan was summoned by the Magistrate's Court on March 26 for court mention and document submission.
The company said that having a regional base in Hong Kong would help it connect to "massive" opportunities in Asia Pacific.
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