This article was published on October 21, 2014

Singapore’s Infocomm wants to invest in European startups and prepare them for business in Asia


Singapore’s Infocomm wants to invest in European startups and prepare them for business in Asia
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Singapore’s Infocomm Investments is expanding the scope of its $200 million fund to include European startups. Establishing a base in London, the firm will look to co-invest in high-growth tech companies that want to expand into the Asian market.

Infocomm is hoping that its contacts in the South Asian marketplace, and key hub Singapore in particular, will be a draw for startups in the market for value-added investment. The firm’s first investment is into Startupbootcamp FinTech, and Infocomm will help prepare the London accelerator’s portfolio for business in the East.

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