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The amount will help the company accelerate mass access to quality healthcare in the country.
The health tech startup that helped process millions of RT-PCR tests during the pandemic has so far raised about P65 million from a number of venture capital firms. In a release sent to Esquire Philippines, said ADB Ventures (the venture investment ...
The funding round was led by local venture capital firm Foxmont Capital Partners.
A local online platform that helps businesses export their products to new markets has raised $800,000 (about P40 million) in a seed round funding. 1Export was founded in 2016 and assists small and medium businesses with various country requirements—such as labeling, documentation, ...
It's a one-stop build a shop.
Prosperna is the latest Filipino startup to attract investors, raising $555,000 (or P27.7 million) in a seed funding round led by venture capital firm Foxmont Capital Partners, a local VC that invests solely in Filipino startups. TechInAsia was the first to report ...
A big step for a homegrown startup.
Filipino startup Nextpay has raised $1.6 million (around P80.6 million) in a seed round funding, the company announced Wednesday. The funding was led by Singapore-based venture capital firm Golden Gate Ventures and Gentree Fund, the private investment vehicle of the Sy family ...
Next target: a neobank.
Voyager Innovations Inc., the digital unit of PLDT, has raised $167 million (about P8.11 billion) in fresh capital for its financial inclusion agenda through its fintech arm, Paymaya. Existing investors that participated in the capital raise are pareant company PLDT Inc., global investment ...
Great Deals closed a Series B funding round, one of the largest-ever for a local startup.
Great Deals Ecommerce Corp raised a total of $30 million (about P1.4 billion) in a Series B funding round, the company announced Wednesday (May 19). That puts the total amount the company has raised in private equity funding at $42 million (P2 ...
Expedock offers AI-based outsourcing services and is based in Silicon Valley.
Filipino-founded startup Expedock announced that it has raised a total of $4 million (P192 million) in a seed round funding led by Neo CEO Ali Partovi, who has previously backed Airbnb, Dropbox, Facebook, and Uber. The amount follows a previous investment of ...
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