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Fundings & Exits

Movado Group acquires watch startup MVMT – TechCrunch

The Movado Group, which sells multiple brands, including Lacoste, Tommy Hilfiger and Hugo Boss, has purchased MVMT, a small watch company founded by Jacob Kassan and Kramer LaPlante in 2013. The company, which advertised heavily on Facebook, logged $71 million in revenue in 2017....

The Mova...

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Coinbase acquires Distributed Systems to build ‘Login with Coinbase’ – TechCrunch

Coinbase wants to be Facebook Connect for crypto. The blockchain giant plans to develop “Login with Coinbase” or a similar identity platform for decentralized app developers to make it much easier for users to sign up and connect their crypto wallets. To fuel that platform,...

Coinbase wants to be Face...

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Karma raises $12M to let restaurants and grocery stores offer unsold food at a discount – TechCrunch

Karma, the Stockholm-based startup that offers a marketplace to let local restaurants and grocery offer unsold food at a discount, has raised $12 million in Series A funding. Swedish investment firm Kinnevik led the round, with participation from U.S. venture capital firm Bessemer Venture Partners, appliance...

Karma, the Stockholm-base...

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Chinese Tesla rival Nio files to raise $1.8 billion in US IPO – TechCrunch

Tesla may be looking to go private, but Chinese rival Nio is going the other way after it filed to raise $1.8 billion in an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. Nio was started in 2014, initially as NextCar, by Bin Li, an entrepreneur who founded online...

Tesla may be looking to g...

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Singapore’s Openspace Ventures closes new $135M fund for Southeast Asia – TechCrunch

It seems like everyone is out there raising new funds in Southeast Asia. Weeks after we reported Golden Gate Ventures hit a first close on its third fund aimed at $100 million, so Openspace Ventures — the Singapore-based firm formerly known as NSI — has...

It seems like everyone is...

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China’s Didi beefs up its newly-independent car services business with an acquisition – TechCrunch

A week after spinning out its driver services business and giving it $1 billion in investment capital, Didi Chuxing has added to it through an acquisition. Xiaoju Automobile Solutions (XAS), which the Didi spinout is called, announced today it has bought Hiservice, a three-year-old company that provides...

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WeWork China rival Ucommune raises $43.5M more at a $1.8B valuation – TechCrunch

Barely weeks after WeWork China raised $500 million, one of its main rivals is refueling its tanks too. Ucommune — the company formerly known as UrWork until a WeWork lawsuit forced a rebrand — announced its $43.5 million Series C round. Beijing-based Ucommune’s new round was...

Barely w...

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Three Indonesian tech unicorns unite to back digital insurance startup – TechCrunch

It’s almost unheard of to see three unicorns join forces to fund a startup, but that’s exactly what has happened in Indonesia. Ride-hailing company Go-Jek, e-commerce firm Tokopedia and travel booking startup Traveloka — each of which is valued in the billions of U.S. dollars —...

It’s a...

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Taiwan startup FunNow gets $5M Series A to help locals in Asian cities find last-minute things to do – TechCrunch

“Instant booking” apps that let tourists sign up for activities on very short notice have been in the news a lot lately, partly because of Klook’s new unicorn status, but also because of the proliferation of startups in the space, especially in Asia. With so...

“Instant booking” app...

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Wonderschool raises $20M to help people start in-home preschools – TechCrunch

Educators already don’t get paid enough, and those that work in preschools or daycares often make 48% less. Meanwhile, parents struggle to find great early education programs where kids receive enough attention and there’s space, but they don’t need special connections or to pass grueling...

Educators already don’t...

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