The new initiative, LetsGrow, will support fledgling start-ups in transitioning from seed stage to Series A and B funding rounds through to raising "growth" capital of $1-5 million. The post Online funding platform LetsVenture launches startup funding initiative appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
Allplants, a London-based startup that delivers ready-made "plant-based" meals (that's vegan, to you and me), has raised PS7.5 million in Series A funding. The round is led by VC firm Octopus Ventures, which was an early backer in healthy snack delivery company Graze. Additional investors in the round include existing backer Felix Capital (which I'm [...]
Base 10 Partners, a San Francisco venture capital firm co-founded and managed by Nigeria-born Adeyemi "Ade" Ajao, has raised more than $137 million. It's the largest raise ever for a Black-led VC firm, Tech Crunch reported -- a Silicon Valley first and a sign of growing efforts to back more minority investors and entrepreneurs. So happy for [...] The post Silicon Valley VC Firm Base 10 And Its Nigerian Co-Founder Are Breaking Records appeared first on Moguldom.
How much money should startups seek to raise in a funding round? Skillfully and accurately deciding how much money to ask for in a fundraising round continues to be a tricky point for many entrepreneurs and startups. Some have a good idea of what they need, and what is fair. Especially, if they've invested in [...] The post How To Determine The Amount To Raise In Your Round appeared first on Moguldom.
Nigerian solar-powered internet service provider, Tizeti, has raised $3 million in a Series-A round of funding that will allow the startup to expand into Ghana. The Y Combinator-backed Nigerian ISP startup and its consumer facing brand, Wifi.com.ng closed a Series-A round of $3 million this month, according to the company. Tizeti will use the investment to [...] The post Nigerian Solar-Powered Internet Provider Raises $3M Series-A To Fund Ghana Expansion appeared first on Moguldom.
Tagged: bloom creditCrowdfund InsiderFinancial Wellness Platform Bloom Credit Secures $3.87 Million Through Seed Investment Round Led By Resolute Ventures. September 13, 2018 @ 12:00 pm By Samantha Hurst |. Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Pinterest Google+ Reddit HackerNews ...
Bloom Credit Raises $3.87M In Total Seed Investment From Resolute Ventures, Slow Ventures, Kindred Ventures And 500 Startups Fintech Fund
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#banking--Bloom Credit, a financial wellness platform, has raised $3.87 million in seed investment. Resolute Ventures led the latest investment.
Indonesia's Moka, a startup that helps SMEs and retailers manage payment and other business operations, has pulled in a $24 million Series B round for growth. The investment is led by Sequoia India and Southeast Asia -- which recently announced a new $695 million fund -- with participation from new backers SoftBank Ventures Korea, EDBI -- [...]
Existing seed investors, India Quotient and Mayfield Fund LLC also participated in the funding round. The post India: Upwards Fintech raises $5m from China's Shunwei Capital, others appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
[Guardian] Tizeti and its consumer facing brand, Nigerian ISP start-up, Wifi.com.ng has closed a Series A round of $3 million, led by 4DX Ventures with participation from existing investors Y Combinator Continuity, Lynett Capital, Social Capital, Western Technology Investment, Friale and Golden Palm Investments. This follows on from the company's Seed investment of $2.1 million in 2017.