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  • Uber rival Grab to raise massive round March 27, 2017

    Grab, the Singapore-based ride-hailing company that’s a main competitor to Uber in Southeast Asia, is in the process of raising more than $1.5 billion in a round led by Japanese tech conglomerate SoftBank (TKO: 9984), according to a Bloomberg report. The company previously secured a $750 million investment in September, valuing it at about $3 billion and bringing Grab’s total raised to more than $1.4 billion.

    News of the funding comes about a month after Ola, a ride-hailing startup based in India, raised $330 million in another round that included funding from SoftBank. With that financing, Ola’s valuation dropped to an estimated $3.5 billion from a peak of about $5 billion, a dip likely fueled in part by Uber stepping up investment in its own Indian business.


  • Bloated insurance industry disrupted by nimble tech startups March 14, 2017

    Given a terrible customer service track record and bloated infrastructure, the global insurance industry stands poised to be disrupted. Nimble, tech-driven firms are challenging the status quo, using behavioral economics and technologies like IoT and cloud to target inefficiencies in the insurance value chain ranging from customer acquisition to back-office processing.

    Read the Pitchbook Fintech Analyst report, and see the profiles of promising companies in each nascent insurance sector studied, as well as an outline of the burgeoning variety of niche products available. You can get the report directly from Pitchbook’s website.

  • Brightspark Invites You to Co-Invest March 10, 2017

    The Brightspark team is thrilled to share their newest investment opportunity.  Brightspark is investing in AdHawk, and you are invited to review the company’s information and co-invest with them. AdHawk, a Waterloo-based company, has created an eye tracking technology that is 10x faster, smaller, more power efficient, and less expensive than camera-based instruments. The company has produced the first microsystem that tracks movement of the eye based on an infrared scan of the cornea’s position. Read more. 

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