SHO-Zemi Innovation Ventures to set up base in Singapore as it scouts for startups in region

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Japanese venture capital firm SHO-Zemi Innovation Ventures, which had recently partnered Singapore’s Incuvest to invest in US and Spain-based mobile startup Monkimun, is now looking at deals across South East Asia. As the first step towards targeting this region, SHO-Zemi Innovation Ventures will set up a base in Singapore, a top executive with the firm said.

The Singapore hub will be its second outside Japan, as the venture capital firm that is focused on education related startups, had recently unveiled a new office in Redwood City, in the heart of Silicon Valley in the US.

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