The company has raised nearly US$100 million in total.
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Waitrr is a Singapore-based mobile ordering platform for the hospitality industry that lets restaurant guests order and pay using their own phones without having to download an app.
It plans to use the new funds for R&D, branding, marketing, and sales channel expansion.
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This takes the mobile gaming startup's total raised funding to US$130.5 million.
The company aims to hit profitability with the next two to three years.
TikTok is seeking a US$60 billion valuation in the deal, and Oracle and Walmart will pay a combined US$12 billion for their stakes.
Built by Vietnam’s sole unicorn, Zalo has thrived for nearly a decade. But what would it take for the homegrown messaging app to get to the next level?
Biofourmis has just raised US$100 million in a series C round led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2.
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The companies that raised the most this week: MiFavor, Dream11, Grab, and more
Royston Tay and his partners are building GoTrippin, which will act as a hub for various travel content from around the web.
Though Indonesia’s e-wallets players are facing a stagnant penetration rate in their country, there’s hope. Plus a look into how AI can boost the jobs economy.
The US-based cryptocurrency exchange also listed openings for a client services manager and an Asia Pacific-focused senior recruiter.
Learn about the latest digitalization trends from the chief executives of Alibaba Group, Intel, and Accenture, and Nvidia’s chief technology officer at Alibaba's Apsara Conference 2020.
Their technical prowess and humility are just some of the advantages.
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