Series A funding

AI healthcare startup UCARE.AI secures $8.2 mil funding
SINGAPORE (May 16): UCARE.AI, a Singapore-based artificial intelligence (AI) healthcare startup, has recently concluded its Series A funding, bringing total investment to $8.2 million to date. The Series A global investors included VC firm Walden International, insurance group Great Eastern, Singaporean investor and philanthropist Peter Lim, as well as law firm WongPartnership’s startup ...
Trendlines teams up with Ozi Amanat as Startup SG Equity co-investors
SINGAPORE (Feb 8): Trendlines Medical Singapore, a subsidiary of Israeli company The Trendlines Group, is partnering Singapore-based investor Ozi Amanat’s venture capital firm, K2 Global, to collaborate in SPRING SEEDS Capital’s (SSC) $100 million investment allocation via the Startup SG Equity scheme. Under the Startup SG Equity scheme, SSC supports early-stage startups across the ...
Canadian AI firm raises US$102 mil in Series A funding, to open Singapore office in 2H
SINGAPORE (June 15): Element AI, a Montreal-based artificial intelligence (AI) company, has raised US$102 million ($140.6 million) and says it will open a Singapore office during 2H17 to serve as a Southeast Asia hub, as part of its resultant expansion in the firm’s international capabilities. The Singapore office will be the firm’s second office in Asia, with the first being in ...
Rocket startup takes off with $5.1 mil Series A funding
SINGAPORE (May 30): Australia-based rocket startup Gilmour Space Technologies, which also has operations in Singapore, has secured A$5 million ($5.1 million) to develop and launch their low-cost rockets for the small payload market. In addition, Gilmour Space has been awarded a grant by Singapore’s National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC) to develop aerospace-related 3D ...
Life insurance startup Singapore Life raises $70 mil in funding
SINGAPORE (April 27): Singapore Life has raised US$50 million ($70 million) in Series A funding round led by Hong Kong listed Credit China FinTech Holdings through its subsidiary, Impact Capital Holdings, as well as UK-based investment firm IPGL Limited. In a Thursday press release, the life insurance startup says this marks the largest-ever Series A funding round by a Singapore-based ...