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forbes.com June 28, 2022

Hong Kong Saas Startup Raises $8M In Funding Led By Tiger Global

Other investors in the round included existing investor Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund and Hong Kong-based Transcend Capital. : Hong Kong-based SaaS startup SleekFlow has raised $8 million in Series A funding led by U.S. billionaire Chase Coleman's investment firm Tiger Global, one of the world's most active startup investors. Other investors in the round included existing investor Alibaba Hong Kong Entrepreneurs Fund's AEF Greater Bay Area Fund and Hong Kong-based Transcend Capital. The funds will be used to fuel SleekFlow's global expansion plans, particularly Southeast Asian markets like Singapore and Malaysia, continental Europe and the U.K.
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inc42.com May 26, 2022

Dallas Venture Capital Closes $80 Mn Early-stage B2b Saas Fund Ii

The Dallas and Hyderabad-based venture capital (VC) firm Dallas Venture Capital (DVC) has closed an $80 Mn fund, called the...
Read by 73% of LPs

prnewswire.com May 25, 2022

Dallas Venture Capital Llc ("dvc") Announces Closing Of $80M Early-stage B2b Saas Fund

Dallas Venture Capital Fund II LP ("Fund II") oversubscribed with strong support from strategic investors, fund-of-funds, and family offices DALLAS, May 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- DVC today announced the closing of an oversubscribed $80 million fund (the target amount was $75 million) and...
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prnewswire.com May 10, 2022

Paddle Raises $200M To Supercharge Saas Companies' Global Growth

The investment, at a valuation of $1.4bn, follows a period of rapid growth for the payments infrastructure company The round is led by KKR with participation from existing investors FTV Capital, 83North, Notion Capital, Kindred Capital, with additional financing from Silicon Valley Bank...
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venturebeat.com May 10, 2022

Saas Payments Infrastructure Company Paddle Raises $200M

We are excited to bring Transform 2022 back in-person July 19 and virtually July 20 - 28. Join AI and data leaders for insightful talks and exciting networking opportunities. Register today! Paddle, a payments infrastructure provider for software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies, has raised $200 million in a series D round of funding. The SaaS boom is continuing apace by just about every estimation -- Gartner predicts that end-user spending on public cloud services will hit $397 billion this year, more than a third of which will constitute SaaS.
Read by 36% of LPs

inc42.com May 03, 2022

Saas Startup Toplyne Raises $15 Mn From Sequoia Capital, Others

SaaS startup Toplyne has secured $15 Mn of funding in a Series A round. The round was led by Tiger...
Read by 69% of LPs

inc42.com April 25, 2022

Meet The 6 Saas Startups That Won The Saasboomi Awards 2021

The Indian Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) market has grown by leaps and bounds in the last few years. With it, many SaaS...
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inc42.com April 20, 2022

Binny Bansal-backed Saas Startup Videoverse Raises $46.8 Mn

SaaS startup VideoVerse, a video editing platform, has secured $46.8 Mn in Series B funding led by A91 Partners, Alpha...
Read by 69% of LPs

pymnts.com April 17, 2022

Revenuebase Raises $6M For B2b Saas Services

B2B software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution RevenueBase has racked up $6 million in a seed funding round, which was led by Bessemer Venture Partners, a press release said. There were also 10 venture capital firms taking part. RevenueBase's work focuses on "completeness of data, data accuracy at scale and ease." The company has 20 clients since its [...]
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business-standard.com March 30, 2022

Oslash Raises $5 Mn In Funding Round Valuing Saas Start-up At $50 Mn | Business Standard News

Company builds productivity tool enabling employees to access the right information in a fraction of a second. : OSlash, which builds software for sharing information in workplaces, has raised $5 million in a post-seed round that valued the SaaS start-up at $50 million. More than 40 start-up operators, including Kunal Shah (CEO, Cred), Christian Oestlien (VP Product, YouTube), Akshay Kothari (COO, Notion), and Cristina Cordova (Partner, First Round), participated in the funding. This is the company's second fundraise, even before hitting the Series A milestone.
Read by 57% of LPs