This week, 500-backed startups make waves from farms to space. Aquaculture startup Jala Tech closed US$6 million in funding to continue empowering shrimp farmers while Gilmour Space develops a new and advanced rocket material in partnership with the Australian Defence Force.
Missed our last weekly roundup? Check it out here and the top stories in November here.
- Jala lands US$6M for empowering 6,700 aquaculture farms
- Gilmour Space develops new & advanced rocket material
- Ayannah partnership to reach more unbanked Filipinos
- Food Market Hub helps Taiwanese F&B chain grow by 31%
- Vishal talks trends in fintech entrepreneurship
- Arcstone helps manufacturers go digital using blockchain technology
- How Grab, Aerodyne & 99.co are helping local communities manage in the pandemic
- ESPL to host esports Academy Championship in Malaysia
- Customers get a sweet deal with Carsome & Tealive
Other stories you may have missed:
- Investment platform Spenny has partnered with Elearnmarkets, and Spenny users can now access a course titled ‘Mutual Funds Made Easy’ for free.
- eFishery announced a partnership with TaniFund of TaniHub to create wider financial access for farmers in Indonesia.
- Fintech platform for freelancers Friz has partnered with Quest to offer cashback to Quest users who sign up for a Friz debit card.