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Singaporean hotel booking app In2Nite raises $2.8M in funding for Asian expansion

Singapore City, Singapore-based same-day hotel booking app In2Nite raised $2.8M in a venture round led by IDG Ventures and other undisclosed investors to expand its reach across the Asian market.

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Men's shorts manufacturer and retailer Chubbies receives USD4 million investment

Men's shorts manufacturer and retailer Chubbies has received USD4 million investment, reported TechCrunch.

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Finland-based Next Games secures $6M in recent funding round

Institutional, strategic and private investors backed Finland-based gaming startup Next Games with $6 million in its latest funding round. The firm intends to roll out the mobile game version of "The Walking Dead" globally, VentureBeat reported.

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San Francisco's IDG Ventures raises $100M for third funding round

San Francisco, US-based venture capital fund network IDG Ventures is currently raising $100 million for its third fund, the IDG Ventures III, to invest in early-stage startups in the US.

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IDG and Ascent pick up minority stake in Indian software firm Newgen

Indian venture capital firm IDG Ventures and Canadian investor Ascent Capital picked up a minority stake in New Delhi-based software solutions provider Newgen Software Technologies for INR110 crore.

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IDG Ventures invests in Indian mobile software developer FieldEZ

San Francisco, US-based venture capital fund IDG Ventures invested an undisclosed sum in the first funding round of Bangalore, India-based mobile sales and marketing software maker FieldEZ Technologies.

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Venture capital firms pour money into India's niche e-commerce companies

Venture capital firms have supported niche e-commerce firms in India like and Lenskart because they are profitable but require less capital, The Financial Express reported.

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Investors find vertical ecommerce portals attractive investments-report

Vertical ecommerce portals or retailers that sell only one category of healthcare products are getting the support of investors, according to a report on The Economic Times.

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