Beijing Allcure Medical Technology, a Chinese medical start-up that develops cloud-based radiotherapy technology, has raised an extended Series A round of funding worth RMB180 million ($27 million).
HappyFresh, a Southeast Asian online grocery delivery platform, has raised a Series B funding round led by Dubai-based private equity firm Samena Capital.
Bessemer Venture Partners has led a INR1 billion ($14.9 million) funding round for Indian online home design portal LivSpace.
Insta360, a Shenzhen-based virtual reality (VR) camera maker backed by several VC investors, has received an undisclosed sum of funding from Chinese electronics retailer Suning Commerce Group.
VIPKID, an English-language learning platform that connects North American teachers with students in China, has received an undisclosed investment from Bryant Stibel, a new VC firm launched by retired NBA star Kobe Bryant and his partner Jeff Stibel.
Korean e-commerce start-ups have seen breakthroughs in fundraising over the last few years, but investors are already concerned about the future of the industry
Indian recruitment companies Kelly Services India and Temp Holdings have launched a INR670 million ($10 million) venture capital fund focused on human resources-focused start-ups.
Indian biopharmaceutical company Vyome Biosciences has raised a $14 million Series C funding round led by US investors Perceptive Advisors and Romulus Capital.
Mark Sowerby, founder and managing director of Australia-based Blue Sky Alternative Investments, will retire from the firm.
Brand Capital, an investment arm of The Times Group, has invested INR1.3 billion ($19 million) in Indian online classifieds services provider Quikr.
An investor consortium that includes several private equity firms has withdrawn their take-private offer for Chinese mobile dating app Momo.
Chinese online finance platform Lancai.com has raised a RMB180 million ($27 million) Series B round of funding led by Leshi Internet Information & Technology, also known as LeEco. Existing investor Legend Capital also participated.
Scale Ventures, a recently launched Indian venture capital firm, has acquired the portfolio of seed-stage investor Guerrilla Ventures.
Chinese Reform Holdings Corporation (CRHC), a Chinese state-owned asset manager, has launched a government-backed venture capital fund with a target of RMB200 billion ($30 billion).
You Pei Liang Pin, a Chinese B2B online food products supplier, has raised a RMB120 million ($18 million) funding round led by PE-backed online fresh-food retailer Yiguo and Chinese conglomerate GMK Group.
GGV expands its support of China's beauty-focused online commerce platforms with an investment in Xiao Hong Chun
Didi Chuxing, China’s largest ride-hailing app operator which is set to acquire its rival Uber China, has received a strategic investment from China Post, a state-owned enterprise operating the official postal service in the country.
K2VC, a Chinese early stage VC firm, has closed a new renminbi-denominated fund worth RMB1 billion ($150 million). It will target investments in growth-stage Chinese start-ups.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, has committed $45 million between two Chinese PE funds.
Douyu TV, a Chinese online platform that features live videos of people playing games, has raised a RMB1.5 billion ($226 million) Series C round of funding led by Phoenix Investments and existing investor Tencent Holdings.
Meet You, a Chinese social networking platform for women, has completed a new round of funding worth RMB1 billion ($151 million), having removed its variable interest entity (VIE) structure in preparation for an onshore listing.
Tsinova, a Chinese smart bicycle manufacturer, has closed a RMB150 million ($23 million) Series B round led by THG Ventures, a venture capital firm backed by state-owned Tsinghua Holdings.
Metra Digital Innovation Ventures (MDI), the corporate venture arm of state-controlled telecommunications firm Telkom Indonesia, has led a funding round for Singapore-based online payment solutions provider Red Dot Payment.
Leveraging its synergies with Westpac, Reinventure Group will invest in start-ups through which the bank can access innovations that complement its business model or integrate technology solutions directly into its systems