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Singapore-based online grocery store RedMart has huge ambitions to eventually expand beyond groceries, with the aim to eventually build a logistics network that can be leveraged for many verticals other than just groceries.
“We see ourselves as a technology and logistics company that just happens to be delivering groceries,” Redmart CEO Roger Egan told TNW.
The company is on a roll as it marches towards this ultimate aim. After scooping $5.4 million in a bridge round in January this year, it has just raised a $23 million Series B round from existing investors Garena (which invested in its Series A round) and Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, as well as new investors Visionnaire Ventures and Softbank Ventures — which was notably an early investor in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.
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This morning Box, a cloud-based file-management service, announced that it has acquired Streem, a Y Combinator-backed company that allows customers to stream files to their desktop environments. Box declined to share terms of the agreement, but did note in an email that it bought the company using a blend of cash and stock. The four members of Streem will join Box. Streem’s product will be subsumed into Box’s larger offerings, the company told TechCrunch. That process is underway now.
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Yoav Leitersdorf isn’t trying to build a Silicon Valley in Israel. His goal is to bring the best of Israel to the U.S.YL Ventures, the San Francisco-based firm where Leitersdorf is a managing partner, just closed its second fund. The firm raised $27.5 million to invest in young Israeli tech companies after its first fund reaped generous returns for investors.
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Singapore-based online grocery store RedMart has closed its Series A round of funding, the company announced today, bringing its total amount of funding to $4.6 million so far.
According to Angel List, RedMart has raised just shy of $1.2 million before today’s announcement — indicating that it has raised around $3.4 million in this short span of time.
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L1NDA is the online solution for organizing work schedules and hour registration
L1NDA saves a lot of time and gives employers valuable business information saving up to 5% on their staff costs. L1NDA doesn’t only increase the business efficiency, but she also brings the employees closer together, creating a better atmosphere on the workplace.
L1NDA is market leader in the hospitality industry and still growing steadily.
Streem lets you store and stream your video content (home videos, movies, tv shows, etc.) from anywhere, anytime, and on any device. We automatically store, transcode, identify, and organize your content in an intuitive user interface.
Over 80% of our users come back every week and 50% refer another within the first week.
We are reinventing horizontal & vertical e-commerce platforms from the viewpoint of design (dead simple UI/UX), fulfillment (proprietary digital goods delivery system) & distribution (peer to peer) with a proven team of 20+ yrs of experience, market knowledge & deep technical know-how in similar domain.
With that, folks are selling their digital creations like ebooks, reports, comic books, music, software, templates etc by simply sharing a link to make $$$ instantly.
Centzy, a local search startup which is putting prices, store hours, ratings and specials for convenience-oriented businesses online, is today announcing $1.6 million in seed funding from Cowboy Ventures, Founder Collective,Lightbank, ff Venture Capital, and strategic angels found on AngelList.
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