The company provides robotic dogs to a variety of consumer and enterprise customers for a fraction of the price of Boston Dynamics’ more versatile Spot.
Leher came into the limelight last year when it opened up its platform for users to create private groups, much like Clubhouse.
Behalf’s solution provides B2B merchants with consumer-focused “buy now, pay later” offerings along with other capabilities tailored to B2B commerce.
The Chinese drone maker is making a second push into an increasingly narrow lane packed with the country’s other ambitious autonomous vehicle makers.
Oyo’s valuation had dropped to USD 8 billion in mid-2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, from USD 10 billion in November 2019.
CCI has been quite active in investigating internet companies that are allegedly exploiting their dominant position in the market.
Hefei’s playbook involves active scouting, fiscal benefits, and a steady stream of incentives for workers to entice major tech companies.
The bold strategy to invest in three companies led to explosive growth in Hefei’s jobs, GDP, and return on investment.
The startup works with different suppliers, giving users the option to order groceries, medicines, and other products.
Yusur designs DPUs that offer low-latency, decentralized processing across cloud networks.
In addition to launching its fintech offerings, Dastgyr plans to use the investment to enhance its technology and scale operations.
With 18.2 million subscribers, Telenor’s sale of its Myanmar business leaves some users worried about the transfer of their data to a new telco.
Connexity is one of the world’s largest e-commerce media platforms, with over 1,600 direct merchants and 6,000 publishers.
Indian startups raised a whopping USD 12.1 billion across 382 deals—exactly half the number of deals VCs participated in last year to invest USD 11.1 billion.
South Korean game developer downplays overvaluation concerns.
China Venture Roundup Volume 45 covers China’s investment activity from July 12 to July 18, 2021.
Zomato’s IPO—India’s biggest so far this year—was sold in a price band of INR 74–76 a share from July 14–16.
Having raised over USD 850 million this year so far, on top of the USD 1 billion-plus funding it received from investors in 2020, the company is likely to continue its acquisition spree.
Primavera’s Fred Hu: crackdown will make China tech sector ‘more competitive.’
The company has raised USD 297 million via equity and debt funding from Accel, Apoletto Asia, B Capital, Goldman Sachs, and e-commerce retailer Flipkart.
Offline traders chart their own e-commerce journeys as CCI investigates Flipkart and Amazon.
China Venture Roundup Volume 44 covers China’s investment activity from July 5 to July 11, 2021.
The other “dragons”—Yitu, SenseTime, and Megvii—are in varying stages of their IPO processes.
A slowdown in short-video growth triggers ByteDance’s search for other monetization methods in e-commerce, on-demand services, and healthcare.
MDClone has developed a platform to organize and democratize healthcare data in real-time to allow for access, analytics, and research, without infringing upon patient privacy.
The company’s platform enables online influencers to mint NFTs for sale and may develop blockchain-powered virtual avatars.
Can SPACs inject the capital, exposure, and global recognition needed to take the Southeast Asian tech ecosystem to the next level?
As the nature of healthcare changes, several companies rooted in Singapore are developing new products and services that will reshape patient care.
Central bank white paper notes plans for more trials but no rollout date.
The company has plans to operate passenger services in 30 cities by 2024.
Founders from the recent Antler SEA cohort shared their journeys as leaders of early-stage startups.
Sequoia Capital, Y Combinator, Better Capital, and other VCs have placed big bets in a handful of financial services companies aimed at kids.
Participating startups can benefit from Merck Group’s commercialization, industry connections, and capital investment.
Foreign investors put in over USD 4.5 billion in capital in H1 2021, while Israeli investors invested over USD 1.6 billion, according to the report.
The company’s robots can autonomously complete a range of high-precision tasks in sectors like biotech and semiconductors.