In addition to its existing investors such as Singapore sovereign fund Temasek, two Asia-based institutions and a European-based media conglomerate have joined the fund as limited partners. From Korea, Hanwha Life Insurance has partnered with Golden Gate Ventures to tap into the growing economic opportunities in Southeast Asia. Siam Commercial Bank, is also on board.
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For the last five quarters, two investors have stood out in Southeast Asia for the number of deals they participated in.
Aggregated Series A investments in Southeast Asian (ASEAN) internet startups have almost tripled in the 2010-2014 period, from $29 million in 2010 to $87 million in 2014, according to a report released by Golden Gate Ventures, a venture capital (VC) firm wirh investments spanning Southeast Asia (ASEAN) and Silicon Valley…. Read more »
Sovereign’s Capital and Indonesian Gunung Sewu Kencana also participated.
Early-stage fund Golden Gate Ventures (GGV) has upped its game in the venture capital space – raising around $50 million for its second fund. GGV has exhausted its $10 million fund it started with in 2012, which has been invested into various consumer internet businesses, largely in Southeast Asia. Under… Read more »
Singapore-based venture capital firm Golden Gate Ventures (GGV) has invested in six new ventures soon after its recent investments in HipVan, Omise and Laku6. The new additions to Golden Gate’s portfolio originate from across the Southeast Asian region, with a strong focus on Indonesia, the largest regional market. These investments, reflecting… Read more »
Justin Hall of Golden Gate Ventures discusses VC-corporate relationship and startup exits.
Sinar Mas Digital Ventures, Ascend Money and Golden Gate Ventures also participated in this round. With this, Omise has raised more than $25 million to date.
Mobile app developers in the Philippines are scheduled to compete for more than $9,000 cash prize in the upcoming “2014 Philippines Mobile App Developers’ Day” on December 6-7 at in Manila. AT&T, A SPACE Manila, Golden Gate Ventures, and the Philippine Software Industry Association (PSIA) are co-hosting the event. With the… Read more »
World’s largest independent and alternative Android app store Aptoide has raised a $4 million Series A funding, led by e.ventures, with participation from Gobi Partners, Golden Gate Ventures and existing investor Portugal Ventures. The Portugal-based startup will channel this round of financing into the acceleration of its growth in target… Read more »