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Source: Thailand Startup News  Jan 20, 2020
Malaysian startup,HOMAGE, an on-demand caregiving services platform that combines qualified care professionals with smart technology, announced that it has raised close to US$ 10 million in a series B funding. The round was led by EV Growth, with Alternate Ventures and KDV Capital as new investors and existing investor HealthXCapital also participating. EV Growth VP of Investment Yinwei Liang (l...
Source: Thailand Startup News  Jan 19, 2020
Malaysian Startup, StoreHub has raised a US$8.9 million (RM36.2 million) funding round led by returning investors Vertex Ventures Southeast Asia & India, with participation from Accord Ventures and a private family office with dual headquarters in Southeast Asia and Europe. STOREHUB Founders The funding round brings StoreHub’s total funding to US$15 million (RM61 million). The ne...
Source: Thailand Startup News  Jan 13, 2020
In the past few days, two more SoftBank-funded startups are in the news for either confirmed or rumored layoffs: Colombian on-demand delivery unicorn Rappi this week laid off hundreds of employees with rumours that some of its brand offices have closed. Meanwhile, discount lodging provider Oyo Hotels reportedly is firing thousands of staff across China and India while also...
Source: Thailand Startup News  Dec 24, 2019
India based Homevista Decor and Furnishing Pvt Ltd, which runs online interior design and furniture company HomeLane, has raised US$30 million in a fresh round of funding to fuel its expansion into home renovation as a service and to expand into 10 new cities, the company said in a statement on Monday.   Homelane’s series D round was led by new investors, including a Dubai-based inves...
Source: Thailand Startup News  Dec 21, 2019
Social media startup Yubo, the social platform where Generation Z creates communities of friends around the world, announced a $12.3 million fundraising round led by Iris Capital and Idinvest Partners, alongside historical investor Alven, Sweet Capital, and Village Global. Already with a predominantly English-speaking user base (mainly in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia), t...

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