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Do Ventures joins Coolmate's Series A funding

Do Ventures joins Coolmate's Series A funding

Coolmate, a Vietnam-based D2C menswear startup has secured $2M in a Series A round led by Access Ventures. Do Ventures, CyberAgent Capital, and DSG Consumer Partners also participated in this round.

Vietnam Innovation and Tech Investment Report FY2021 out now

Vietnam Innovation and Tech Investment Report FY2021 out now

Do Ventures backs South Korea-based EdTech platform Ringle matching English learners with Ivy League tutors

Do Ventures backs South Korea-based EdTech platform Ringle matching English learners with Ivy League tutors

OpenCommerce Group raises $7M in a Series A round backed by VNG and Do Ventures

OpenCommerce Group raises $7M in a Series A round backed by VNG and Do Ventures

Selly raised $2.6M from CyberAgent Capital, Do Ventures, Genesia Ventures, JAFCO Asia, and Kvision

Selly raised $2.6M from CyberAgent Capital, Do Ventures, Genesia Ventures, JAFCO Asia, and Kvision

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Why Vietnam is the next big market for Southeast Asia

Why Vietnam is the next big market for Southeast Asia

The funding focus on Vietnam has remained strong in Southeast Asia, as the country continues to maintain a strong economy and eager startup ecosystem. As one of the few countries that avoided a serious COVID-19 pandemic, the local economy was not severely impacted.

Do Ventures announced the first investment of $900,000 in F99

Do Ventures announced the first investment of $900,000 in F99

F99 is a platform that enables farmers to bypass traditional intermediaries to sell fruits directly to consumers.

Do Ventures launches $50 million fund for Vietnamese startups, backed by Naver, Vertex and other notable LPs

Do Ventures launches $50 million fund for Vietnamese startups, backed by Naver, Vertex and other notable LPs

New investment firm Do Ventures announced today the first closing of its fund for Vietnamese startups, which is backed by several of Asia’s most notable institutional investors. Called Do Ventures Fund I, the investment vehicle has hit more than half of its $50 million target, with limited partners including Korean internet giant Naver; Sea, whose businesses include Garena and Shopee; Singapore-based venture capital firm Vertex Holdings; and Korean app developer Woowa Brothers.