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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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StarFab partners with TOP100 to accelerate AI growth in Asia

StarFab Accelerator has partnered with e27’s TOP100 programme, created to empower insights, connections, talent, and funding opportunities for early-stage tech startups in Asia Pacific.   StarFab, which accelerates smart solutions to drive innovation, runs a series of programmes designed to bridge the gap between corporates and startups. World-class mentors participating in the programmes include Delta Electronics,… 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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Google eyes gaming with ‘Yeti’ streaming service

Alphabet Inc’s Google is developing a subscription-based game streaming service that could work either on its Chromecast or a Google-made console, which is still being developed, the Information website reported on Wednesday. The service, codenamed Yeti, would put Google at the forefront of a new part of the video game business that lets people play… Read More »

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