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Singapore's EV Growth maxes its fund at $250 million — looks to deploy more startups in Southeast Asia
To date, it has used 50 per cent of its total funds in 20 deals.
China's EV startup Byton raises huge investment from Japan's conglomerate Marubeni
Marubeni seeks to utilise Byton's battery technology to store renewable energy.
Indian startups raised a huge $14.5 billion in 1,185 funding round this year (2019)
The country sees 25x growth of startups funding over the decade.
China's Energy Monster secures $71.5 million — looks to expand its operation
The battery-sharing firm leveraged China's massive market of 305 million power bank rental users in 2019.
India's Peoplestrong acquires SaaS platform Qilo — strengthening its HR offerings
Peoplestrong sets to leverage Qilo's workforce performance management solutions.
Lightspeed and Sequoia bag $400-500 million profit from selling OYO shares
OYO's founder Agarwal aims to increase his stake in the company
Vietnam sets a winning fintech growth model for Southeast Asia
Its government plays a huge role in the country's fintech hub emergence.
India's HungerBox closes $12 million in Series C funding round — sets to expand its market reach
The food tech startup serves big companies instead of consumer food delivery.
Malaysian female-led esports startup, MEGPlay, raises seed funding to bridge brands with gamers.
The company works with many major brands today.
India's unicorn, Rivigo sets to raise $20 million in Series F round
Logistics sector sees significant rise in India.
Global VC, SOSV secures $277 million in its fourth fund — looks to invest in early-stage deep tech startups
It will continue to invest in 150 new startups every year.
India's HappyEasyGo secured $49.3 million funding — expanding its travel platform
It will extend its ticket-booking service to hotel booking.
Most business cards are thrown away, but this QR code tool changes everything.
People can now create special QR codes that save contacts automatically to phones when scanned.
ScaleUp Malaysia Accelerator to invest RM200,000 into 10 of these 20 shortlisted companies.
These companies will enter the first cohort of their accelerator program.
Malaysia’s Carsome closed a $50 million funding round— set to expand its market reach in Southeast Asia
It aims to be the Visa of auto transaction with its used-car sales platform.
Vietnam’s wealthiest man to sell cars to the US — putting his own $2 billion cash on the line
He aims to export electric vehicles to the US by 2021 with the six-month-old auto startup; Vinfast.
Sequoia set to invest $2.4 billion into startup growth in China — despite the ongoing US - China tech war
Today more venture firms are moving towards India and Southeast Asia instead of China.
India is boosting its electric vehicles (EV) industry to convert 200 million vehicles electric by 2026
It’s high time for EV startups and investors to look to India as the government is providing full-on support.
Starbucks sees slow growth in China despite opening a new cafe every 15 hours
Its sales struggle to keep up with its rapid expansion in China.
Boxben is Helping Businesses Increase Revenues by Automating their entire Sales Processes.
Through a powerful solution to nurture customer relationships and handle billing processes.
By placing the power of technology in their hands.
Wallace Ho24 Apr, 2019
Founder of Aliments, Kelvin Kwek
Aliments, a new Malaysian startup is on a mission to help F&B outlets increase their earnings, reduce operational costs, and foster more loyal customers.
As the F&B industry becomes more crowded each day, many restaurants are having a hard time staying afloat.
Rising operational costs, a very competitive landscape, and poor customer loyalty, these are some of the challenges that restaurants continuously face.
Aliments aims to solve all this through the power of technology via their unique ordering app.
The app is a combination of 3 great things — Food discovery, a comprehensive ordering system, and a loyalty (subscription) program.
People can easily discover a wide selection of restaurants/cafes near them, place their orders without a waiter, and make payments, all from a single app.
The app even has an option to allow loyal customers to "subscribe" to their favorite F&B outlets in exchange for significant perks and discounts.
Aliments believes this gives restaurant owners the power to forge stronger customer loyalty, while creating a recurring stream of revenue.
Since it's inception back in January, Aliments has been seeing over 300% month-to-month revenue growth.
The company today serves over 30 merchants, transacting more than 80 orders daily.
Some of these merchants include Sprezzatura, Coffee in Common, The Times Restaurant & Bar, Page 2 Coffee, and many more.
The broader vision for Aliments is to be a technology enabler in digitalizing more Malaysian F&B businesses.
The team believes the F&B market size alone is tremendous, with many legacy problems yet to be solved.
Aliments is presently raising their second round of funding to expand across Malaysia and subsequently the rest of SouthEast Asia.
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