WhiteCoat, Singapore’s leading telemedicine platform for on-demand remote healthcare services, has raised S$10.8 million in a Series A round led by the GEC- KIP Technology and Innovation Fund, co-managed by Korea Investment Partners (KIP) and Singapore-headquartered Golden Equator Ventures (GEV). The funding marks the largest Series A raised by a Singapore-based telemedicine company
The burgeoning proptech market in Vietnam is increasingly catching the fancy of investors as startups look to diversify into other allied services such as decor, insurance and mortgage and not just be reliant on listings. The total amount pumped in by foreign and homegrown investors in the sector touched about $75 million between January 2019 and December 2020, per venture capital..
SINGAPORE-BASED Ohmyhome has launched in the Philippines, its third location after Singapore and Malaysia, it said on Tuesday. The proptech startup will serve the Philippine market's housing transactions with its full suite of end-to-end property services, from professional real estate agents and mortgage, to renovation and more, it said in a press statement.
Every fresh graduate faces the same challenge: to find the right job that suits their passion and skills. The process of seeking employment straight out of university can be confusing and overwhelming, but there are job matching platforms that help would-be professionals find the perfect match, like Glints.
Malaysia-based cloud kitchen and food delivery startup Pop Meals (formerly dahmakan), has raised $18 million in a Series B funding round backed by White Star Capital, Rakuten Capital, JAFCO Asia, and the GEC-KIP Fund, according to a company announcement.
VenturePreneurs looks at the challenges that fledgling ventures face if they choose to go global and why some companies take the leap. Each of the 6 episodes follows one start up or small enterprise, making a foray into Asian countries and beyond.