Superdata Software, a Chinese enterprise management software provider that has been backed by different IDG Capital entities for more than 20 years, has filed for an IPO in Hong Kong.
According to AVCJ Research’s records, IDG took a 50% stake in the company in 1998, having provided start-up funding. Its position was diluted the following year when Intel Capital invested and once again...
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Singapore-based Asia Partners has led a $35 million round for Hong Kong online education start-up Snapask. It coincides with the company’s relocation to Singapore.