A quick list of funded startups in Malaysia straight from BHIVE database.
The e27 database is a trove of information and we’d like to share what we find there with you. This week, we took a peek at the database and came up with this list of startups in Malaysia that received at least US$1M in their most recent round beginning January 2016.
Dah Makan | US$1.3M – A full-stack food delivery provider with a rotating menu of healthy international and local dishes. Funded by East Ventures, Asia Venture Group, and Grupara.
BookDoc | US$2M – An online platform connecting users with healthcare providers. Investor undisclosed.
RecomN | US$1M – A service provider discovery and recommendation tool for a wide range of service like sports coaches to construction crews. Funded by Gobi Partners.
Round: Series A
iPrice | US$4M – A search and comparison platform for various consumer goods like electronics, appliances, and apparel that also offers coupons and vouchers from various e-commerce sites. Funded by Asia Venture Group and Venturra Capital.
Althea Korea | US$3.4M – E-commerce platform for beauty products offering primarily Korean beauty products. Funded by 500 Startups and Cherubic Ventures.
Jirnexu | US$3M – A fintech startup building customer acquisition and lifecycle management solutions. Funded by DMP, Celebes Capital, NTT DoCoMo, and Nullabor
ServisHero | US$2.7M – A mobile platform that connects users with local service providers. Funded by Golden Gate Ventures
Carsome | US$2M – Car shopping portal connecting buyers to dealers. Funded by IMJ Investment Partners, IdeaRiverRun, and 500 Startups
Nuren Group | US$2M – Content, community, and commerce platforms with websites targeting women users (wedding.com.my, motherhood.com.my, and nuren.sg). Funded by Gobi Partners.
The Lorry | US$1.5M – A Lorry, van, and 4×4 booking website offering professional house moving, furniture disposal, and office moving services. Funded by SPH Media Fund.
Round: Series B
iflix | US$45M – Streaming and download platform for movies and TV shows. Funded by Catcha Group and PLDT.
iCar Asia | US$13.2M – An online network focused on developing and operating leading automotive portals in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. Investors undisclosed.
Want more information on Asia’s startups? Check out BHIVE startup database (it has filters and everything!).