In the media
Taiwan-based TNL Media Group raises $8 million to build its publishing and data analytics businesses
Since launching in 2013, Taipei-based TNL Media Group has grown from an independent news site to a media company with several online publishing verticals and a data analytics business. Now the company, formerly known as The News Lens, has raised $8 million from New York-based investment firm Palm Drive Capital, the lead investor in its ongoing Series D round.
Das sind Chinas wichtigste Startup-Investoren, Fonds und Förderer
Das chinesische Investment-Ökosystem unterscheidet sich stark von dem des Westens. Trotzdem ist es möglich, als fremde Firma vom Venture-Capital-Boom zu profitieren.
Silicon Valley Startups valuations are so out of control, these two investors moved to New York City to avoid the ‘bidding wars’ for big deals
“Your gut can be trained,” says our managing partner, Hendrick Lee, who, along with one of our other managing partners, Seamon Chan, spoke to Business Insider about their move from the Bay Area to Manhattan, their investment strategy and how they learned that people building great startups can come from anywhere.
New York Business Journal
Palm Drive Capital looks to raise $100 million for new fund, double its previous effort
The New York-based firm's investments include eight companies that have gone on to become unicorns, including Jet.com.
Venture Capital Circles Virtual Banking
First movers in the virtual banking industry are gaining attention from global venture capital and Hong Kong is expected to provide a model for other Southeast Asian markets, says Seamon Chan, co-founder and managing partner of Palm Drive Capital.
Palm Drive Capital: We focus on ‘unit economics’ of firms we invest in
Seamon Chan of Palm Drive Capital says it is important to be able to help private companies reach profitable unit economics at an early stage.
Deal Street Asia
NY-based Palm Drive raising up to $150m for third US-Asia venture fund
Palm Drive Capital, a New York-based venture capital firm, is raising up to $150 million for its third US-Asia focused fund.