Gorilla Technology Group, a Taipei, Taiwan-based Edge AI and computer vision solutions provider, secured $15m in Series D funding.
KKday, a Taipei, Taiwan-based tours and activities ecommerce platform, raised a Series B+ funding of undisclosed amount.
ACT Genomics Holdings Company Limited, an Asian DNA sequencing-based cancer solution provider, closed an equity financing of undisclosed amount.
CoolBitX, a Taipei, Taiwan-based secure crypto hardware wallet manufacturer, raised $13m in funding.
Vivo Capital, a healthcare investment firm with offices in Palo Alto, Beijing, Shanghai, and Taipei, closed Vivo Opportunity Fund, L.P., at $635m.
UnaBiz, a Sigfox*’ operator for Singapore and Taiwan, raised over USD10m in Series A funding.
AIgatha, a Taiwan-based AI and blockchain technology company, is to receive a €2.5m investment from Swiss investment company M.M.M. Finance Immobilier.
Centrillion Technologies Taiwan, an innovator in the development and commercialization of transformative genomic analysis tools, received a strategic investment from the Arm IoT Fund.
Kdan Mobile Software, a Taiwan-based provider of mobile software applications and online services that allow users to leverage their productivity and creativity, secured $5m in Series A financing.
KKday, an Asian travel-experience platform, raised US$10.5m in funding.
Aprinoia Therapeutics Inc., a Taipei, Taiwan-based clinical-stage neuroscience biotech company, focuses on tau, alpha-synuclein, and novel targets for neurodegenerative diseases, completed its US$11.1m Series B funding round.
Gogoro, a Taiwan-based technology driven urban transportation company, completed a $300m Series C funding.
Asus, formally AsusTek Computer Inc., the Taiwan-based producer of desktops, laptops, mobile phones and consumer electronics, is partnering with San Jose, CA-based Fenox Venture Capital to launch a US$50m venture capital fund.
Appier, a Taipei, Taiwan-based provider of an artificial intelligence (AI) platform that enables enterprises to solve their most challenging business problems, secured USD$33m in Series C funding.
SparkLabs, a network of accelerators in Asia, is launching in Taipei after recently launching in Beijing.