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.
HTC Vive, the virtual reality system developed by HTC, is pledging $10M in funding to develop VR applications that drive positive impact in support of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Next Entertainment, a Taiwan-based live broadcasting platform company, raised $25m in Series A funding.
Appier, a Taipei-based artificial intelligence company, closed US$ 19.5m in additional Series B funding.
Bitmark Inc., a Taipei, Taiwan-based blockchain startup for digital property, raised $1.7M in seed funding.
Taiwan Accelerator (TA), Taiwan’s first seed accelerator to combine the support of public companies, government, academia and the capital markets, has just launched to accelerate 30 to 60 new startup teams each year.
iStaging Corp., a Taipei, Taiwan-based augmented and virtual reality technology provider, secured US$5m in pre-Series A funding.