News round up 5 March 2018
Posted on 05 March, 2018 by Thierry Heles, editor
A round up of all the latest news on www.globalgovernmentventuring.com for our subscribers.
The country’s development minister has announced a package of measures designed to stimulate innovation and growth.
George Gogolev, director of corporate innovation and technology transfer for Russian Venture Company, has joined Severstal as head of disruptive innovation.
Kakao's ride-hailing spinoff has raised almost $47m from Hong Kong Monetary Authority and two US pension funds.
The World Bank offshoot is thought to be planning a $15m investment.
Pension funds from Alaska, Kuwait and the UK have collaborated to form a new private equity and alternatives investor.
OpenText Enterprise Apps Fund co-led the design collaboration software startup's $5.8m series A round with BDC Capital.
Allianz X has invested $30m to co-lead a $100m funding round for online business lending platform C2FO with Mubadala Investment Company.
Existing investor GV returned to take part in a $110m round for the healthcare management software provider that included the Abu Dhabi-supported Mubadala Ventures.
The smart vehicle developer, backed by Tencent, Temasek, Baidu, JD.com and Lenovo, has hired banks for an IPO expected to raise between $1bn and $2bn.
The South Carolina state investment fund has provided $3m.
The microbiome profiling business is the result of collaboration between two former Roche employees and researchers from UConn and Yale New Haven Hospital.
Nissho Electronics and Ireland Strategic Investment Fund were among a consortium that provided series C funding for cybersecurity software provider Vectra.
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