Google, JD.com and Tencent Holdings are among the returning investors in the first phase of the Series F round for Indonesia-based ride-hailing and delivery platform Go-Jek, which amounts to around $1 billion.
Go-Jek said contributions also came from the likes of Mitsubishi Corporation and Provident Capital. The company is expected to raise around $2 billion in total for the round at a valuation of $9-10 billion,...
As Grab and Go-Jek accumulate war chests to finance their battle for leadership in Indonesia’s online services space, the greatest benefit could go to the next generation of local technology entrepreneurs
CleanMax Solar, an Indian solar power developer with several PE backers, has raised INR2.75 billion ($39 million) from UK Climate Investments (UKCI), a renewable energy investment platform managed by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets.
RWDC Industries, a Singapore-based materials developer focused on biodegradable plastics, has raised $22 million from a group of investors including Vickers Venture Partners.
Tencent Holdings has led a Series C round for China-based Tangdou, a social media platform targeting senior citizens. Other participants include GGV Capital, Shunwei Capital and IDG Capital.