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Indonesia’s logistics startup Etobee raises $3.5 million in series A funding round

Jakarta-based logistics solutions provider Etobee has closed a post-Series A bridge round of $3.5 million, according to sources in the know. The names of the participating investors could not be ascertained. Etobee’s existing backers include Kejora Ventures, Skystar Capital, Gobi Partners and Axiata Digital Services (ADS). Etobee Holdings Group CEO Sven Milder, in a phone… Read More »

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Europe’s e-Commerce platform Helloprint gets funding from existing investors

On Monday, Europe’s ecommerce platform  Helloprint announced that it had raised an additional multi-million-euro funding from existing investors. The significant investments in the platform will go towards benefitting customers as well as the growing number of more than 150 specialised print producers connected to the Helloprint system. “Our growth evolves according to plan,” said Helloprint… Read More »

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Startup Raises $20 Million to Build ‘YouTube on the Blockchain’

Silicon Valley startup Lino is preparing to take on YouTube with a decentralized, collectively-owned video content distribution system that purports to cut out the middleman to more fairly compensate content creators. The company will go up against similar competitors such as Stream, Viuly, Flixxo, and Streamspace, all of which are trying to accomplish the same… Read More »

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Ed-tech startup CollegeDekho raises $2 million from existing investors

Man Capital and GirnarSoft have made an investment to the tune of $2 million in higher education-focused technology startup CollegeDekho. GirnarSoft is also a parent company of the Gurugram-based startup. The startup will use the fresh proceeds towards technology, expanding collaboration with international colleges and to increase marketing activities, including more offline campaigns. CollegeDekho runs… Read More »

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