The last month of 2021 records important wins for sustainability. abillion bags US$10 million for its review platform, Ion Mobility launches an e-motorbike that it has pledged to make affordable, and Carnot Innovations is recognized for its smart building technology that helps save over 15% in energy costs.
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- abillion secures US$10M to build peer-to-peer marketplace
- Food Market Hub bags US$8.5M for empowering F&B businesses
- Haulio raises US$5.75M in Series A round
- Friz wins US$100,000 grant in female founder program
- Grab to provide opportunities for 400 special needs students
- Ion Mobility launches e-motorbike, to make ownership affordable
- Carnot wins award for energy- and cost-saving AI solution
- Boxgreen gives people & ‘ugly’ fruits second chances
- Aerodyne aids in Malaysia flood search & rescue
- Kredivo launches new card to benefit more underbanked
- Carsome & Grab campaign to benefit over 100,000 drivers
- Khailee Ng on how a taxi company evolved into Grab, the super app
- Luxclusif acquired by Farfetch to boost fashion tech offerings
- AUS acquires Algopixel to level up drone solutions
- Stockbit to acquire & rebrand brokerage partner
- Jala Tech poised to enter Vietnam market
- e-Komoditi to take part in 500 Global program
- Prenetics offers 60-min COVID-19 pre-departure testing at airport
- Vishal talks trends in fintech entrepreneurship
Other stories you may have missed:
- E-pharmacy startup Dawaai has partnered with Orange Tree Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides equal opportunities for financially-challenged households, to supply medications at subsidized rates.
- Co-founder James Gilmour of eponymous rocket startup Gilmour Space Technology has been named one of Australia’s Top 100 Young Entrepreneurs.