VC Roundup: Qlapa gets seed investment; DeePoon secures $30m Series B funding

Sunset in Cambodia. Credit: Flickr/mariusz kluzniak

Startups in Indonesia – the largest economy in Southeast Asia – and China, the largest economy in Asia, have been rapidly securing investments, ahead of a funding crunch predicted to occur in 2016 by US-based venture capitalists (VCs), as well as the emergence of fewer unicorns (i.e. startup ventures with a capitalisation of US$1 billion).

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