French startup Madbox is raising a $16.5 million (EUR15 million) Series A funding round from Alven. The company is developing mobile games and handles everything from start to finish, from game design to publishing and user acquisition. Madbox is a young player in the mobile game space. The company is the result of the merger [...]
The wallets, which hope to take advantage of Vietnam's plan to become a cashless economy by 2027, compete fiercely to gain many users to help them to turn a profit, a battle for market share replicated across Southeast Asia.
CleverTap plans to use the funds to expand beyond its core market in India, to the US, Europe, Middle East, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, and Malaysia. The post Mobile marketing startup CleverTap raises $35m led by Tiger, Sequoia appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
Spanish Mobile-first Neobank Next Secures $25M Through Series A Funding Round Led By Dn Capital | Crowdfund Insider
Spanish Mobile-First Neobank Next Secures $25 Million Through Series A Funding Round Led By DN Capital Crowdfund Insider. : Bnext, a Spain-based mobile-first neobank, announced this week it raised $25 million through its Series A funding round, which was led by DN Capital, with participation from RedAlpine, SpeedInvest, Founders Future, Cometa, Enern, USM, and Conexo. Founded last year, Bnext states it offers customized services tailored to individual needs. The mobile banking platform allows its customers to connect their existing bank accounts and aims to facilitate transparent and flexible financial management along with financial and insurance products from partners.
Seattle-based mobile car repair marketplace Wrench swooped another competitor on Tuesday, announcing the acquisition of Toronto-based Fiix. Both companies provide on-demand at-home car maintenance services. Founded in 2015, Fiix graduated from Y Combinator in 2017 and had raised $1.9 million. The startup serviced more than 8,000 customers and inked deals with Uber and car2go. Wrench launched one year after Fiix but has amassed a wider geographic footprint and raised more capital, including a $12 million Series B round last year from Tenaya Capital, Vulcan Capital, and Madrona Venture Group.
More than 20 angel investors including Amrish Rau, Anand Chandrasekharan, and others, participated in the round. The post Indian mobile application Khatabook raises $25m Series A funding appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
Mobile homes are no longer just a necessity for the poor. They've increasingly become a must-have for some of the world's richest private equity players. A 2016 investor pitch from manufactured housing owner and operator RHP Properties boasted that its portfolio of 33,000 lots -- stretching across seven states -- had "low cash flow volatility and steady year-over-year rent increases" as well as minimal capital expenditures. The pitch apparently worked on Brookfield Asset Management, which.
Neura, a startup that helps developers see how users interact with their apps, has raised a Series B of $16 million. The round was led by returning investors Pitango Venture Capital and Liberty Technology Venture. Other participants included Moneta Capital, Amdocs and AXA Ventures. The San Francisco-headquartered startup's last round of funding was an $11 [...]
This Little Known Seattle Startup Just Raised $25M To Grow Its 'mobile Infrastructure As A Service' Tech - Geekwire
Jim Xiao learned about building enterprise platforms at Microsoft China. An executive role at a wireless company taught him about manufacturing Android devices. And he saw how hardware wasn't catching up to software during a 4.5-year stint with Dan Gilbert's venture capital firm. All three experiences led Xiao to what is arguably his most exciting adventure yet: leading Seattle startup Mason, which has quietly grown into a fledgling "mobile infrastructure as a service" company that just raised a $25 million investment round. Coute Management, which just raised a $700 million fund, led the Series A round.