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‘Amazon-like’ warehousing platform for D2C brands in India nets seed money

With the new investment, Wherehouse.io aims to develop advanced solutions and capabilities that can cater to India’s ecommerce industry. Source…

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Tencent-backed Chinese SaaS startup nets $120m round from Hillhouse, GGV, others

The fresh funds will be used to improve XiaoETong’s product by strengthening its R&D capabilities and recruiting operational talent. Source…

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Sources: Tiger Global in talks to lead $100m round in Indian used-car marketplace

The potential investment from Tiger Global may bump up the valuation of Spinny to about US$800 million. Source link

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Australian VC firm Investible raises $27m in first close of its second fund

Investible has increased the percentage of funding available to international businesses based outside of Australia from 20% to 30%. Source…

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Ex-Google, eBay employees’ troubleshooting startup nets $21m in Accel-led round

Israel-based Komodor, a troubleshooting platform dedicated to the software platform Kubernetes, has launched itself out of stealth mode. Source link