Here are 9 Thailand startups that recently got funded

Lyra Reyes
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A quick list of funded startups in Thailand straight from our database.

 

The e27 database is a trove of information and we’d like to share what we find there with you. This week, we took a peek at our database and came up with this list of startups in Thailand that received at least US$1M in their most recent round beginning January 2016.

 

Round: Seed

Helpster | US$2.1M – A manpower resource platform that instantly connects employers with pre-screened, qualified workers. Funded by Convergence Ventures and Wavemaker Partners in November 2016.

Money Table | US$1.5M – A fintech startup formed in 2016 that helps employees of a company explore financial options. Funded by K2 Capital and Kejora Ventures in February 2017.

Event Pop | US$1M – A platform for events marketing and ticketing, providing an ad hoc online and offline support team to event organisers. Funded by KK Fund and OPT SEA in February 2016.

 

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Round: Series A

Pomelo | US$11M – A vertically integrated fashion and apparel brand with operations in Bangkok, Singapore, Indonesia, and Seoul. Funded by Jungle Ventures in October 2016.

 

Round: Series B

Omise | US$17.5M – Payment gateway company that allows payment transactions any platform. Funded by SBI Investment and Golden Gate Ventures in July 2016.

WearYouWant | Undisclosed – Fashion and beauty e-commerce platform working with about 500 boutiques carrying 450 local and international brands. Funded by Sebrina Holdings in February 2016.

 

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Round: Venture

Rabbit Internet | US$9.12M – Develops sustainable online and media services for businesses. Funded by BTS Group Holding in February 2016.

D8ii Limited | US$8M – Provides social media and fintech offshore solutions for startups and SMEs. Funded by Kuvera Capital Group in January 2017.

T2P | US$1.1M – Launched a series of finance solutions like prepaid cards for online transactions, loyalty programs for corporate customers, and online payment systems. Funded by 500 Startups in May 2016.

 

Want to know more about Thailand’s startup ecosystem? Then get ready for Echelon Thailand 2017! The two-day technology and business conference will be held in Bangkok on May 15-16. Register to get access to conference discussions and activities.

 

Your startup missing from the list? Check out our database to claim, update, or add your startup’s profile!

 

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