Weekend featured readings for seafarers

Editor’s note: The weekly report of the venture capital is a fixed column of the sea (ID: wow36krchuhai), which is a hot spot for the readers of the venture capital circle. We have compiled the Top5 news, boutique articles and investment and financing events that are most noteworthy this week.

This week’s sea news Top5

Colombia on-demand errand Unicorn Rappi announced his entry into Costa Rica and has injected $2 million. According to Contxto, Rappi’s business covers Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay, and has 13 million users. This time to enter Costa Rica, Rappi is the first to expand its business to Central America.

Gojek said it will prepare for a dual listing. According to the English station KrASIA, Gojek’s new co-CEO Andre Sulistyo confirmed that the company will prepare for the listing of future dual stocks, but has not disclosed another city to be listed. In addition, Gojek’s chief consultant, Indonesian energy tycoon Garibaldi Thohir also expressed high hopes for IPO. However, there is news that Gojek will not immediately open the IPO program.

“Singapore Little Red Book” Zilingo plans to invest $100 million to enter the US market. According to DealStreetAsia, Zilingo opened offices in New York and Los Angeles this summer and will consider expanding its sales and product teams in the region. Zilingo raised $226 million in the April round of funding. Existing investors such as Sequoia Capital, as well as new investors such as Temasek and EDBI, have participated in the round of financing. It is reported that the company’s valuation at that time was close to 1 billion US dollars.

UberCEO: The company’s hope for the next decade lies in India and Africa. According to Sina technology reports, UberCEO Dara Cosrossa told reporters that India is a highly competitive market with high consumer demand, but its “profit potential” is also rising. Kosrosa West said: “If you want to see Uber’s growth trend in the next 10 years, it will be defined by markets such as India, Africa and the Middle East, rather than developed markets such as the US and Europe.”

OYO Hotels Japan has operations in 50 cities in Japan. According to DealStreetAsia, OYO