TF in China this week – Guazi.com’s secured financing shows that used goods trading is thriving

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YunQuNa to expand global logistic services to more countries with Series A+, & more

YunQuNa provides cargo owners with logistics services on a global  scale.

India’s largest mobile POS Mswipe closes its Series D led by Ratan Tata, & more

The newly raised fund will develop its network of merchants accepting digital payments in India.

appMagics secures Series A+ for integrating VR with smart gadgets, & more

appMagics integrates VR with smart gadgets based on its open source VR technology system.

AI based fashion startup Fabulyst raises seed round

AI based fashion stylist will “dress” you up according to your personal needs.

Bigger builds small satellite towns for entrepreneurs and secures Series A, & more

Bigger not only provides startups with advanced offices, but it also supports them with a list of innovative services.

Cloud based product discovery startup Unbxd raises USD 12.5 M in Series C, & more

This newly raised fund will fuel Unbxd’s innovation in its e-commerce product discovery platform.

Ellabook’s animation e-books for children attracts Series A fund, & more

Ellabook produces animation e-books to enhance interactive reading experience for children.

App based flexible personal loan startup MoneyTap attracts USD 12.3 M, & more

MoneyTap will expand its consumer credit line business in India with the new investment.

Used car trading grows fast in China with Guazi and Chezhibao securing financing, & more

Guazi.com facilitates online used car trading between individual car sellers and buyers.

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