Thai co-working space Hubba has raised a pre-series A funding round, it announced yesterday. The company got US$350,000 in a round led by US-based venture capital firm 500 Startups. The round was joined by 500 Startups’ Southeast Asian fund 500 Durians and Thai fund 500 Tuk Tuks.
Today, 38 Korean startups pitched in front of a panel of eight judges and a live audience at K-Global Startup Engine Demo Day in Seoul.
Thailand’s first co-working space HUBBA announced today a US$350k pre-Series A round with VC firms 500 Startups, Golden Gate Ventures, Ardent Capital and a host of angel investors. According to a release, HUBBA said it expects to raise a full Series A round in early 2016.
Thai co-working space HUBBA raises $350K pre-Series A from 500 Startups, Ardent Capital, Golden Gate Ventures
Thailand’s leading co-working space HUBBA has secured $350,000 in pre-Series A round led by 500 Startups, Ardent Capital, Golden Gate Ventures, Thai high-profile startup founders and angel investors.
Having ramped up its services ever since it went live, Helpr, one of the up and coming Malaysian-established text-based empowered personal assistant platforms, has moved up to the next step in its performance expansion bid as it locks in an undisclosed amount in seed funding from 500 Startups.
Malaysia’s text-based multi-channel personal assistant Helpr announced today that it has raised undisclosed seed funding from 500 Startups.
MALAYSIAN ‘digital concierge’ startup Helpr, which has developed a text-based multi-channel personal assistant, said it has raised an undisclosed amount in seed funding from 500 Startups.
On-demand personal assistant service Helpr has announced that it has raised an undisclosed amount in seed funding from 500 Startups.
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