Cellwize Wireless Technologies Pte. Ltd., the Singapore-based parent company of Cellwize Wireless Technologies Inc., a Dallas, TX-based global leader in mobile network automation and orchestration, raised $32m in Series B funding.
Niftex.com, a Singapore-based platform for fractional ownership of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), raised $500k in funding.
Osome, a Singapore-based provider of an accounting and corporate compliance app, raised US$3m in funding.
WishBone Medical, Inc., a Warsaw, Ind.-based maker of pediatric orthopedic medical devices, closed a $20m equity funding round.
Math Global Foundation, the Singapore based foundation behind the development of MathWallet which supports more than 50 public blockchains worldwide, raised $7.8M in Series A+ financing.
ABM Respiratory Care, a Singapore-based medical device company focused on developing novel integrated airway clearance and ventilation solutions, raised US$10.3M in series A funding.
Prompt, a New York City, Delhi, and Singapore-based writing instruction and feedback company, raised a new seed funding round.
Enzymaster, a global biotech company with locations in China, Germany and Singapore specialized in biocatalysis and enzyme engineering, closed a US$7.5M (CNY 50 Mio) Series B-1 funding.
Anchanto, a Singapore-based B2B software-as-a-service (SaaS) company specializing in eCommerce technology, raised S$16.6M in Series C funding.
Shiok Meats, a Singapore-based cell-based crustacean meat company, raised $12.6M in Series A funding.
PEDRA Technology, a Singapore-based developer of innovative deep-tissue perfusion monitors, raised $4.7M in Series A financing.
Lightspeed Venture Partners is looking forward to stepping up in Singapore and opening the door for more investments, using $4 billion that the firm raised earlier this year.
Global venture capital firm Lightspeed Venture Partners has launched its Southeast Asia operations.
Thunes, a Singapore-based fintech startup which operates a global B2B cross-border payments network, raised US$60m in Series B funding.
The Eruditus group, consisting of Eruditus Executive Education and its online division EMERITUS, completed its Series D funding totaling $113m.