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Paktor snags US$10m funding; Infocomm Investments partners Bansea to fund seed-stage startups

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Joseph Phua, one of the co-founders of Paktor, a mobile dating app that originated in Singapore. Founded in July 2013, Paktor has amassed 15 million users and its services include a mobile social dating app, a Web dating platform, and online-to-offline events such as one-to-one matchmaking and coaching workshops.


THE startup ecosystem scored two positives on Monday: homegrown dating platform Paktor snagged US$10 million in a new funding round, while Infocomm Investments (IIPL) has partnered Bansea (the Business Angel Network South-east Asia) to jointly invest in local seed-stage startups...

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