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Here Are 12 Malaysian Startups That Recently Got Funded

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 Malaysia that received at least US$1M in their most recent round beginning January 2016.

Round: Seed

Dah Makan | US$1.3M – A full-stack food delivery provider with a rotating menu of healthy international and local dishes. Funded by East Ventures, Asia Venture Group, and Grupara.

BookDoc | US$2M – An online platform connecting users with healthcare providers. Investor undisclosed.

RecomN | US$1M – A service provider discovery and recommendation tool for a wide range of service like sports coaches to construction crews. Funded by Gobi Partners.

Round: Series A

iPrice | US$4M – A search and comparison platform for various consumer goods like electronics, appliances, and apparel that also offers coupons and vouchers from various e-commerce sites. Funded by Asia Venture Group and Venturra Capital.

Althea Korea | US$3.4M – E-commerce platform for beauty products offering primarily Korean beauty products. Funded by 500 Startups and Cherubic Ventures.

Jirnexu | US$3M – A fintech startup building customer acquisition and lifecycle management solutions. Funded by DMP, Celebes Capital, NTT DoCoMo, and Nullabor

ServisHero | US$2.7M – A mobile platform that connects users with local service providers. Funded by Golden Gate Ventures

Carsome | US$2M – Car shopping portal connecting buyers to dealers. Funded by IMJ Investment Partners, IdeaRiverRun, and 500 Startups

Nuren Group | US$2M –  Content, community, and commerce platforms with websites targeting women users (wedding.com.my, motherhood.com.my, and nuren.sg). Funded by Gobi Partners.

The Lorry | US$1.5M – A Lorry, van, and 4×4 booking website offering professional house moving, furniture disposal, and office moving services. Funded by SPH Media Fund.

Round: Series B

iflix | US$45M – Streaming and download platform for movies and TV shows. Funded by Catcha Group and PLDT.

Round: Venture

iCar Asia | US$13.2M – An online network focused on developing and operating leading automotive portals in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. Investors undisclosed.

Source: e27

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