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Toronto-based cannabis software startup Ample Organics has made company-wide layoffs, reducing its staff by around 16 percent, BetaKit has learned.
Our reporter spent 27 hours as a rider for food-delivery apps. Two-thirds of his customers did not tip.
There’s a gap forming in Latin America between the growing digital food delivery market and the number of businesses in the region that are actually online.
A New York-based data privacy software startup co-founded by Ireland’s Cillian Kieran has raised $4.2 million in seed funding.
The company also has additional investors like Accel India, Omidyar Network, Fair Finance Fund and Elevar Equity.
FlixMobilty has sold more than 100 million tickets via its Uber-like mobile app, not only for its services but also for local transit, the company said.
Thailand’s aCommerce raises over $10M from KKR, others(DEALSTREETASIA)
The six-year-old firm plans to raise another $5 million by the end of this year as part of an extended Series B or early-stage funding round.
A checkout-free future might be closer than you think, thanks to startups like Standard Cognition.
Raena raises $1.82 million to help influencers in Southeast Asia launch their own consumer brands(TECHCRUNCH)
Raena partners with influencers, providing them with the resources to create products under their own branding.
London-based RevLifter raises €2.6 million to create personalized e-commerce deals and reduce cart abandonment rates(EU-STARTUPS)
Founded in 2017, Revlifter has raised €2.6 million in a seed round led by a group of new and existing investors including Coutts.