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Top 20 Asia & Pacific Deals for May 2014

Deal No. Amount Paid (USD) Company Investor/Buyer Sector Deal Type
1 $804,000,000 ChinaVision Media Group Alibaba Media Acquisition
2 $523,500,000 Jobstreet Seek Transactions Acquisition
3 $250,000,000 Campaign Monitor Insight Venture Partners Software & Services Investment
4 $210,000,000 Flipkart Consortium Ecommerce Investment
5 $134,000,000 Snapdeal EBay Ecommerce Investment
6 $126,000,000 SK Encar Carsales.com Ecommerce Acquisition
7 $100,000,000 Coupang Sequoia Ecommerce Investment
8 $90,000,000 Quikr Kinnevik Transactions Investment
9 $67,890,809 Lithicon FEI Company Software & Services Acquisition
10 $60,816,750 Express Data Dicker Data Software & Services Acquisition
11 $50,000,000 Myntra Consortium Ecommerce Investment
12 $45,168,480 NetRegistry Melbourne IT Transactions Acquisition
13 $30,000,000 SiteMinder Technology Crossover Ventures Transactions Investment
14 $28,000,000 iYogi Axon Partners Group, Madison India Capital Software & Services Investment
15 $24,800,000 IndiaHomes New Enterprise Associates Transactions Investment
16 $23,000,000 Yatra Consortium Transactions Investment
17 $21,000,000 Au Financiers Consortium Transactions Investment
18 $20,846,880 Betstar Ladbrokes Transactions Acquisition
19 $20,000,000 Vend Peter Thiel, Square Peg Capital Software & Services Investment
20 $20,000,000 Policybazaar Undisclosed Transactions Investment

More information

  1. Alibaba Pays $804M To Take Majority Stake In TV And Movie Producer ChinaVision (TechCrunch)
  2. Australia’s Seek to Buy Jobstreet in $524 Million Deal (Wall Street Journal)
  3. Campaign Monitor partners with Insight Venture Partners (Campaign Monitor)
  4. Flipkart Raises $210M In New Funding From DST Global And Returning Investors (TechCrunch)
  5. EBay Bets Big On India, Pours Another $134M Into Online Marketplace Snapdeal (TechCrunch)
  6. Carsales splashes $126m on SK Encar (The Australian)
  7. Korean e-commerce giant Coupang snags $100M round at $1B+ valuation (VentureBeat)
  8. India’s Largest Online Classifieds Site Quikr, Raises $90M Led By Sweden’s Kinnevik (TechCrunch)
  9. ANU, UNSW tech startup sells for AU$76 million (Canberra Times)
  10. UPDATED: Dicker Data buys Express Data (ARN)
  11. Myntra Raises $50M (FinSMEs)
  12. Melbourne IT snares NetRegistry in $50.4m deal (AFR)
  13. SiteMinder Raises US$30M in Funding (FinSMEs)
  14. iYogi Raises $28M in Series E Financing (FinSMEs)
  15. IndiaHomes raises $24.8 mn from NEA, existing investors (Startup Central)
  16. Yatra.com raises $23M in a new round from IDG Ventures and Temasek’s VC arm Vertex (Tech Circle)
  17. Au Financiers raises $21M in fourth round from existing investors, promoters (VC Circle)
  18. LADBROKES ACQUIRES BETSTAR – EXPANDS IN AUSTRALIAN MARKET (Ladbrokes)
  19. Vend brings in $20M to simplify in-store sales (VentureBeat)
  20. Policybazaar raises $20M to scale technology & marketing; Rs 270 Cr in insurance premium in FY14 (MediaNama)

Australian companies continue to attract investment

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Australian companies continue to attract investment

Australian technology companies are continuing to raise funds in 2014 with hipages Group the latest company this week to join the likes of Campaign Monitor, Siteminder, SmartSparrow and SocietyOne in raising capital from industry and professional investors. hipages are aiming to take the stress out of finding a trusted tradie in Australia. The Australian building and home improvement market generates over $96bn of revenue a year spread across ~240,000 trades businesses in Australia, and hipages look set to continue to disrupt a large and growing market. The $6m capital injection came from Right Click Capital, Ellerston Capital, Australian Ethical Investment, KTM Capital, and Baillieu Holst as hipages plan to scale their network of 500,000 consumers and over 40,000 registered tradies.

Australian companies are continuing to innovate at a rate of knots, attracting the interest of global markets, investors and strategics, making it the seventh largest country by deal value in Internet DealBook’s 2013 Annual Report. How long will it be until we see the next billion dollar Australian tech exit?

Top 20 Asia & Pacific Deals for February 2014

 

Deal No. Amount Paid (USD) Company Investor/Buyer Sector Deal Type
1 $523,500,000 Jobstreet Seek Transactions Acquisition
2 $195,000,000 China South City Holdings Tencent Transactions Investment
3 $134,000,000 Snapdeal EBay Ecommerce Investment
4 $100,000,000 Didi Citic, Tencent Mobile & Apps Investment
5 $100,000,000 TutorGroup Consortium Software & Services Investment
6 $82,000,000 17u.cn Consortium Transactions Investment
7 $80,000,000 LineKong Consortium Games Investment
8 $67,890,809 Lithicon FEI Company Software & Services Acquisition
9 $65,500,000 Express Data Dicker Data Software & Services Acquisition
10 $50,000,000 Cheyipai Consortium Ecommerce Investment
11 $50,000,000 Myntra Consortium Ecommerce Investment
12 $45,168,480 NetRegistry Melbourne IT Transactions Acquisition
13 $30,000,000 SiteMinder Technology Crossover Ventures Transactions Investment
14 $21,500,000 Joyme Fosun Capital Group,
BlueRun Ventures
Games Investment
15 $20,000,000 Westhouse Xiaomi Games Investment
16 $16,500,000 QFPay Undisclosed Transactions Investment
17 $16,480,000 To8to Sequoia Capital, Matrix Partners Transactions Investment
18 $15,000,000 FirstCry.com Consortium Ecommerce Investment
19 $15,000,000 Talent Neuron Corporate Executive Board Software & Services Acquisition
20 $13,410,000 1Form.com REA Group Transactions Acquisition

More information

  1. Australia’s Seek to Buy Jobstreet in $524 Million Deal (Wall Street Journal)
  2. Tencent Invests $195M In Logistics Firm China South City To Compete With Alibaba (TechCrunch)
  3. EBay Bets Big On India, Pours Another $134M Into Online Marketplace Snapdeal (TechCrunch)
  4. Chinese Taxi App Didi Secured $100 million in Series C Funding (TechNode)
  5. Alibaba & others sink $100M into Asia’s language-learning service TutorGroup (exclusive) (Venture Beat)
  6. Tencent Joins A $82mn Round of Funding in Online Travel Service 17u (TechNode)
  7. Mobile Game Developer LineKong Rakes in $80 Million of Series C Funding (Technode)
  8. ANU, UNSW tech startup sells for AU$76 million (Canberra Times)
  9. UPDATED: Dicker Data buys Express Data (ARN)
  10. Cheyipai Completes US$50M Financing (FinSMEs)
  11. Myntra Raises $50M (FinSMEs)
  12. Melbourne IT snares NetRegistry in $50.4m deal (AFR)
  13. SiteMinder Raises US$30M in Funding (FinSMEs)
  14. Mobile Game Portal Joyme Gets $21.5 Million Series B Funding (TechNode)
  15. Xiaomi invests $20 million in Kingsoft-owned online gaming company (Tech in Asia)
  16. Square-like Chinese startup QFPay swipes $16.5 million in series B funding (Tech in Asia)
  17. Interior Decoration Platform To8to Nets $16.48 Million of Series B Funding from Sequoia Capital (TechNode)
  18. FirstCry.com Raises $15M in Series C Funding (FinSMEs)
  19. CEB Acquires Indian Talent Analytics Startup Talent Neuron for $15M (TechCrunch)
  20. From pantry to penthouse for 1Form duo (The Australian)

Top 20 Transaction Deals for 2014

Deal No. Amount Paid (USD) Company Investor/Buyer Sector Deal Type
1 $260,000,000 Ticket Monster Groupon Transactions Acquisition
2 $200,000,000 LegalZoom Permira Transactions Acquisition
3 $13,410,000 1Form.com REA Group Transactions Acquisition
4 Undisclosed MatchMate LikeBright Transactions Acquisition
5 Undisclosed MuseumLand PhotoSpotLand Transactions Acquisition
6 Undisclosed Exec Handybook Transactions Acquisition
7 $195,000,000 China South City Holdings Tencent Transactions Investment
8 $88,000,000 Delivery Hero Insight Venture Partners Transactions Investment
9 $80,000,000 Stripe Consortium Transactions Investment
10 $30,000,000 Oscar Consortium Transactions Investment
11 $30,000,000 SiteMinder Technology Crossover Ventures Transactions Investment
12 $23,600,000 MDLIVE Consortium Transactions Investment
13 $20,000,000 Teespring Andreessen Horowitz Transactions Investment
14 $18,000,000 Nexmo Consortium Transactions Investment
15 $16,500,000 QFPay Undisclosed Transactions Investment
16 $15,000,000 WePay Consortium Transactions Investment
17 $14,000,000 Oyster Consortium Transactions Investment
18 $12,000,000 Dianrong.com Northern Light Venture Capital Transactions Investment
19 $10,400,000 CommonFloor Accel Partners, Tiger Global Management Transactions Investment
20 $10,200,000 StyleSeat Lightspeed Ventures, Lowercase Capital Transactions Investment

More information

  1. Groupon’s $260M Acquisition Of Ticket Monster From LivingSocial Has Closed (TechCrunch)
  2. The $425M LegalZoom deal is a win for VCs, but less exciting for the company or LA (PandoDaily)
  3. From pantry to penthouse for 1Form duo (The Australian)
  4. LikeBright Acquires MatchMate (FinSMEs)
  5. PhotoSpotLand Acquires Museum Portal Museumland (FinSMEs)
  6. Handybook Acquires Exec (FINSMEs)
  7. Tencent Invests $195M In Logistics Firm China South City To Compete With Alibaba (TechCrunch)
  8. Delivery Hero Raises $88M in Series E Financing (FinSMEs)
  9. Eyeing International Growth, Stripe Raises $80M From Peter Thiel, Khosla And Sequoia At A $1.75B Valuation (TechCrunch)
  10. Oscar, a New Health Insurer, Raises $30 Million (DealBook NT TImes)
  11. SiteMinder Raises US$30M in Funding (FinSMEs)
  12. MDLIVE Raises $23.6M in Funding (FinSMEs)
  13. Teespring Raises $20M in Funding (FinSMEs)
  14. Nexmo Closes $18M in Series C Funding (FinSMEs)
  15. Square-like Chinese startup QFPay swipes $16.5 million in series B funding (Tech in Asia)
  16. After A Pivot, WePay Raises $15M To Focus On Payments API For Marketplaces, Crowdfunding Sites And Others (TechCrunch)
  17. Oyster Closes $14M Funding (FinSMEs)
  18. Dianrong.com Raises $12M in Funding (FinSMEs)
  19. CommonFloor Raises $10.4M in Series D Funding (FinSMEs)
  20. StyleSeat Raises $10.2M in Series A Financing (FinSMEs)