Startup Digest: Brunei’s Memori, Malaysia’s Medplanner, Kazakh Clockster bag funds

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Photo: Pixabay

Brunei-based legacy planning startup Memori, Malaysia’s clinical communications platform Medplanner and Kazakhstan-based Clockster have raised funds to fuel their expansion plans.

Brunei’s Memori gets $100k seed fund from 113 ventures

Memori, a Brunei-based legacy planning startup, has raised BND158,000 ($100,000) in a seed investment round from 113 Venture Growth Fund, which has backed firms like Facebook and Alibaba Group. The financing was raised ahead of Memori’s scheduled platform launch next month.

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