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WhatsHalal – the app behind a popular halal food scanner – has raised funding worth S$4.5 million to develop its tech

The app is available in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia. 
Shiru founder and CEO Jasmine Hume (right) and Deena Shakir of Lux Capital.

A former scientist at one of Silicon Valley’s top food startups just landed $3.5 million to take on a $240 billion market using tools from Big P...

Because Shiru isn’t putting a stake in one particular kind of food, it has the potential to disrupt an entire class of animal-based products.
Careem CEO, Mudassir Sheikha speaks to Reuters in an interview at the company headquarters in Dubai, UAE

The seed round pitch decks that helped budding startups raise millions

Getting seed funding means pitching to a broad spectrum of potential investors, from angels to early-stage VCs. Here's how the best startups do it.
Liquid Death 12-pack

Liquid Death, the punk rock canned water startup that went viral after raising $1.6 million in May, is in talks to raise up to $10 million in Series A...

Two months after announcing $1.6 million in seed funding, the viral canned water company is reported to be actively raising its Series A.
Mike Cessario

A former Netflix creative director just got $1.6 million from big names in tech for Liquid Death, which is water in a tallboy can

Liquid Death is water for straight-edge punks who don't drink alcohol or soda. It now has funding from the Twitter cofounder Biz Stone and others.
Prisma founder Alexey Moiseenkov.

The founders of viral photo app Prisma are quitting to launch an AI startup

The founders of viral photo app Prisma have quit to launch a new AI startup called Capture Technologies Inc. They have raised $1 million in seed funding from investors, including KPCB, Social Capital, Dream Machine VC, Paul Heydon, and Mail.Ru Group.
Ron Conway of SV Angel.

The ‘Godfather of Silicon Valley’ who put early money in Facebook, Twitter, and Airbnb says he’s done giving startups piles of cash

Ron Conway, considered the "Godfather of Silicon Valley," said his investment firm, SV Angel, would not be raising a new fund.