Sunday, a Bangokok, Thailand-based full-stack insurtech company, raised USD11m in extension round to its Series A financing.
Pomelo, a Thai fashion e-commerce startup, raised US$52m in Series C funding.
Eko, a Bangkok, Thailand-based provider of a collaboration and communications platform for businesses with a mobile workforce, raised $20m in Series B funding.
SCG Chemicals Co., Ltd, part of the Siam Cement Public Company Limited (SCG), one of the largest integrated petrochemical companies in Thailand and a key industry leader in Asia, which offers a full range of petrochemical products, has joined the Capricorn Sustainable Chemistry Fund (CSCF) as limited partner.
Thailand 4.0 is a new model being proposed by the Thai government as they look towards having a value-based economy.
KKday, an Asian travel-experience platform, raised US$10.5m in funding.
Update 29/11/2017: the round total remains $19m (as previously announced). The company just announced the additional backing of Central Group and Start Today Ventures. Pomelo, a Bangkok, Thailand-based fast fashion brand, announced additional backers received additional funding as part of its series B round.
Pomelo, a Bangkok, Thailand-based online fashion company, raised $19m in Series B funding.
Hipflat, a Bangkok, Thailand-based technology-driven real estate marketplace, raised an undisclosed investment from Aucfan, Japan’s largest online auction price analytics and search platform.
Event Pop Holdings Pte. Ltd., a Bangkok, Thailand-based end-to-end event management platform operating under the brand Event Pop, raised a Series A round of funding of undisclosed amount.
Eko Communications, a Bangkok, Thailand-based technology startup that operates a messaging app targeted at businesses, received an investment from Itochu Corporation of Japan.
Coins, a digital payments and blockchain startup, raised US$5m in Series A funding.
TripAdvisor’s TheFork has made a minority investment in Eatigo, a Bangkok-based online restaurant booking and yield management platform dedicated to Thai and Singapore.
According to two regulatory forms filed with the SEC, Silicon Valley early stage venture capital firm 500 Startups is extending its global investment activity.
Medical Departures, a Bangkok, Thailand-based medical service marketplace that allows patients to find, compare & book medical appointments around the globe, completed $2.5m Series A funding.