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The layoff blues are back




I've been fortunate enough to never have been laid off in my short time as a working adult, but I remember when my dad got retrenched many years ago.

I didn't fully understand the weight of it at the time, but looking back, my parents had clearly been stressed out - with three kids in school and a mortgage for a new house to pay off, who wouldn't be? So we did what we could to save every cent that came our way.

Eventually, my dad got another job, and we made it through those tough times. But now that chatter of a coming recession is growing louder, I can't help but think back to those years.

On a related note, we've recently published a visual story where we keep track of the layoffs taking place across Asia's startup scene. Hopefully, this can serve as a useful reference for you, whether you're a VC, a startup founder, an employee, or a jobseeker.
You can find all other important investment deals that happened in the last few days in our weekly funding news wrap-up.

Let's dive into the biggest deals and M&As that recently took place.

-- Nathaniel



THE BIGGEST DEALS BY COUNTRY

 

🇮🇳 ShareChat: The India-based social networking app raised US$300 million in series H funding from Google, Temasek Holdings, and Times Group.

🇮🇩 Astro: The Indonesian quick commerce startup bagged US$60 million in series B money from AC Ventures, Accel Partners, Citius, Global Founders Capital, Lightspeed, Sequoia Capital, and Tiger Global Management.

🇨🇳 Ehiway: The China-based AI chip developer got US$45.5 million in series B funding from Hengbang Capital, Lusheng Investment, Tongke Shenghua Equity investment, Zhongying Capital, and Zhurui Capital.

🇰🇷 Dr. Now: The South Korea-headquartered telemedicine and drug delivery service platform scored US$32 million in series B money from Crit Ventures, Goodwater Capital, Hashed, Mirae Asset Capital, Primer Sazze Partners, Saehan Venture Capital, SmartStudy Ventures, SoftBank Ventures Asia (SoftBank Ventures Korea), and Spring Ventures.

🇮🇱 Seemplicity: The Israeli automated risk reduction platform secured US$26 million in series A funding from Atlantic Bridge, Glilot Capital Partners, NTTVC, Rain Capital, and S Capital.

Here's the complete list of this week's funding chart: 102 deals worth over US$900 million.


 

M&As

 

🇮🇳 Passion Connect, an India-based human resources advisory platform, acquired local learning and development startup CoEmerge for an undisclosed sum.

🇮🇳 Bengaluru-headquartered business accounting firm Vyapar acquired Indian software-as-a-service startup NeoDove for an undisclosed amount.

🇰🇷 Airline Korean Air acquired local meal kit startup MyChef for an undisclosed sum.

🇰🇷 South Korea-based content studio WhyNot Media acquired local drama production firm The Great Show for an undisclosed amount.

🇸🇬 Moonbug Entertainment, a London-based production studio, acquired One Animation, a Singapore-headquartered 3D animation studio, for an undisclosed sum.

🇮🇳 India-based healthy food brand Yogabar acquired local nutrition-based food company SuperHealthy for an undisclosed amount.

🇮🇳 Spyne, an India-headquartered deeptech startup using AI to help businesses and marketplaces create high-quality product images and videos at scale, acquired Travographer, a local on-demand photography service provider company, for an undisclosed amount.


 

STARTUPS THAT ARE RAISING FUNDS


Fundraising is hard. To make things slightly easier, we've compiled this list of fundraising startups for our subscribers. Do you run a startup that's raising at the moment or know someone who does? Sign your company up for listing here.

🇵🇰 Kiryana Services is a digital payments startup that aims to disrupt financial services and make them more accessible in Pakistan.

🇲🇾 Bluebird Rentals is a home rental management, makeover, and homestay startup based in Kuala Lumpur.

🇮🇩 Sahara is a Jakarta-based startup that provides essential groceries at an affordable price.

You can find the full list of fundraising startups in Asia over here.
 

KILLER PITCH DECKS

1️⃣ Kredivo's investor presentation for its US$2.5 billion public listing

FinAccel, the parent company of Kredivo, an Indonesian buy now, pay later service, has laid the groundwork for a US listing by merging with VPC Impact Acquisition Holdings II, a special purpose acquisition company. FinAccel used this deck to showcase its business model and financial conditions to its investors. The deck begins by outlining the potential of BNPL markets in Southeast Asia, and goes on to illustrate how FinAccel can potentially replicate the success of companies like Klarna and Afterpay.

2️⃣ This Vietnamese mobility app's pitch deck helped it raise US$1.5 million in seed funding

Phenikaa MaaS, founded by award-winning programmer Yee-Thanh Le, is the developer of Vietnamese public transit app BusMap. The firm used this pitch deck to raise seed funding from Pheenika Group last year. The deck provides comprehensive information about Phenika MaaS' business. It also lays out the milestones that the company has reached to date.

3️⃣ An experiential VR startup used this deck to bag US$68 million in series A money

Hong Kong-based Sandbox VR offers a futuristic virtual reality experience that allows groups of up to six members to see and physically interact with each other like in the real world. The startup used this pitch deck to help it secure US$68 million in its series A round in 2019. The pitch deck starts with a statement on the disappointments and challenges that the VR industry faces and then chalks out the future opportunities in the market.

 


 

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH 

The insurance innovation revolution

The insurance industry has seen several innovations in recent years in response to changing consumer habits and preferences. But arguably one of the most revolutionary changes to the scene is the introduction of embedded insurance.

In a push toward adopting a user-first, omnichannel approach to insurance distribution, leading firms are providing their customers coverage at the precise moments when they need it.

Now, instead of having to get a policy for any of their purchases, customers can simply opt to insure their orders when they make them.

This is just one of the many innovations that will be discussed at the world's largest insurtech event, InsureTech Connect Asia 2022. From June 7 to 9, tech entrepreneurs, investors, and insurance industry incumbents from all over the world will gather at the Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore to showcase new innovations, share how they increase productivity and reduce costs, and discuss the ways they're working to enrich the lives of their policyholders.

Register now for InsureTech Connect Asia 2022 to get a glimpse into the future of insurance.

 

EXCLUSIVE LISTICLES

 

Lists of most active investors in the region

China | India | Indonesia | Japan | Singapore | Southeast Asia
 

List of top-funded startups in Asia

China | India | Indonesia | Israel | Japan | Hong Kong | Singapore | South KoreaVietnam
 

List of largest exits in Asia

China | India | Indonesia | Singapore | Southeast Asia

 


 

THOUGHTFUL READS

 

1️⃣ Why digital real estate is so valuable

Metaverse startups - particularly those that deal in digital real estate - have been the talk of the tech town since the recent rise in popularity of metaverse-related tech. But what makes these digital spaces so valuable? Read this post on A16z Crypto's blog to learn more.

2️⃣ Is this the end of ultrafast delivery?

Big names in the ultrafast grocery delivery space have been closing warehouses and laying off workers in droves. Does this move signal the end of the phenomenon? Read this Vice article to find out more about what's happening in the scene.

3️⃣ Investors say "boom times" are over

Prominent VC firms are telling their portfolio companies to cut costs and look for ways to cushion their cash position - a stark contrast to 2021, when IPOs were raising record amounts and valuations were sky high. Read this CNBC piece to learn more.

4️⃣ The startup survival strategy

As an impending recession looms, VCs are letting their portfolio companies know that the era of excessive, "stupid" money is over, according to Predictiv partner and co-founder Jonathan Low. Read his thoughts this blog post on how the next few months may play out.

5️⃣ How to align shifting strategies with long-term vision

Organizations must ensure their new strategies align with their long-term vision. Failing there could lead employees, shareholders, and customers to lose confidence in the business. Read more in this Harvard Business Review piec

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