Glints, the first-of-its-kind full-stack tech-enabled recruitment and career development platform based in Southeast Asia, has raised US$6.8 million in an oversubscribed Series B funding round led by Monk’s Hill Ventures.
Saleswhale, the leading AI sales assistant for mid-market and large enterprises, has closed a US$5.3 million Series A funding round, led by Monk’s Hill Ventures.
Monk’s Hill Ventures (‘MHV’), a leading Southeast-Asia early-stage tech venture capital firm, today announced the appointment of Michele Daoud and Justin Nguyen as Partners, effective immediately.
Jio Health, a full-stack technology driven healthcare company, today announced a Series A round of US$5 million led by Monk’s Hill Ventures.
Jio Health’s combination of technology and clinical services provides consumers with the complete ecosystem of care benefits including home doctor visits, nursing services, pharmacy delivery, lab collection, telemedicine, and digital medical records.
ELSA, a mobile app that uses artificial intelligence and speech recognition technology to help language learners improve their English pronunciation, today announces a Pre-A round of $3.2 million in capital led by Monk’s Hill Ventures, one of the most respected and longstanding VCs in Southeast Asia. Managing Partner, Peng T. Ong, will join ELSA’s board with this round.
Singapore, February 12, 2018 - We are pleased to welcome Mohd Ridzwan (Reez) Nordin as Venture Partner of Monk’s Hill Ventures. Based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Reez joins Monk’s Hill Ventures’ localised and diversified team of investment professionals who are stationed across all gateway cities in Southeast Asia.
Horangi Cybersecurity, a Singapore-based cybersecurity startup, announced today that it has closed a US$3.1m Series A Round led by Monk’s Hill Ventures, with participation from Right Click Capital, 500 Startups, Hub Ventures Fund, 6Degrees Ventures, and private investors.
KKday, Asia's leading travel experience e-commerce platform, is taking another leap forward with the announcement of US$7 million in Series A+ funding led by Monk’s Hill Ventures and AppWorks. Multiple strategic investors also took part in the deal, including Hong Kong-based Mindworks Ventures, Cathay Venture and Substance Capital (HK) Limited.
Playlab, the Hong Kong-owned mobile gaming house responsible for Juice Cubes, has secured $5 million in Series B funding through the Southeast Asian-focused venture capital firm Monk’s Hill Ventures. The funding will be used to propel Playlab, which also has studios in Thailand and the Philippines with Singapore distribution, to the forefront of Southeast Asia’s mobile gaming marketplace, building operations across the region.
Cisco Investments today announced a US $ 10 million investment into Monk’s Hill Ventures’ innovation fund for start-up companies. This fund aims to drive innovation and technology disruptions across the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) by supporting early stage start-ups in companies that have solutions focused on Cloud, the Internet of Everything (IoE), Big Data and Analytics, Mobility and Enterprise applications.
Finance and insurance portal Compare88 Group announced today that it has raised an undisclosed amount in Series A funding from Singapore-based Monk’s Hill Ventures.
Ninja Logistics, a leading last mile logistics company in Singapore, today announced a SGD3.5 million Series A round of funding led by Monk’s Hill Ventures, with participation from regional corporates, including Insas Berhad. The investment will be used to accelerate existing product development and market expansion within Southeast Asia. Kuo-Yi Lim of Monk’s Hill Ventures and Mei Chuen Thong of Insas Berhad will both join the board of Ninja Logistics.
Monk’s Hill Ventures launches with a S$100M venture fund and a team of seasoned entrepreneurs focused on early stage technology startups across Asia. The partnership comprises Peng T. Ong, Kuo-Yi Lim and Stefan Jung, and Thomas Clayton as special advisor. The concept of the fund is simple: entrepreneurs backing entrepreneurs. The partnership sees the lack of operational experience as a critical deficiency across the VC landscape in Asia today.