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Singapore-based VC Wavemaker Partners co-leads US$30 million funding round in Pakistani B2B start-up Bazaar

Amala Balakrishner
Amala Balakrishner8/24/2021 4:37 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Singapore-based VC Wavemaker Partners co-leads US$30 million funding round in Pakistani B2B start-up Bazaar
Bazaar aims to create a generational story in and from Pakistan, say founders Saad Jangda and Hamza Jawaid.
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Bazaar – a B2B marketplace operating in Pakistan – has raised US$30 million ($40.7 million) in a Series A round co-led by Singapore-based venture capital firm Wavemaker Partners and Silicon-Valley-headquartered Defy Partner.

This brings the total funding bagged by the startup to US$38 million.

Other investors that had participated in the latest round include US-based Acrew Capital, Japan’s Saison Capital and Zayn Capital from UAE.

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