By Kristie Neo
BVV currently has a fund size of $10 million targeting investment opportunities in Europe.
New investors backing the round include Bay City Capital, Surveyor Capital, Ping An Ventures, Taiho Ventures LLC, ArrowMark Partners and NS Investment.
Delian Capital has invested $14.4 million in data security firm DBSec’s Series C round while Ant Financial is said to have backed umbrella sharing startup Mobrella.
The investment in TMN comes after Alpha JWC led a Series A round of funding for another media startup, Nusantara Technology, in October.
Venturra Capital announced the launch of its $15-million new fund in September.
It had previously raised $650,000 in seed funding from Kstart, Kalaari Capital’s seed fund, Venture Highway and TaxiForSure founder Raghunandan G. in 2017.
Hoi Foods has raised $500,000 in a pre-Series A round of funding led by 1Crowd and its investor community.
Bain will set aside $250 million of its new war chest to back more mature companies, while the balance will be used to find emerging companies in areas such as AI, automation and digital currencies, as well as backing the successful ones in subsequent rounds.
This latest round has brought the company’s total funding to $32 million, following a previous seed round from Swarth Group.
WalkMe, which guides users to navigate websites and apps more efficiently, is one of the tech startup companies in the US to reach unicorn status this year.