Appreciation is a great way of making someone’s day. And thanks to appreciation from Singapore Business Review (SBR), our week started on a high note.
Why, you ask? They featured Atlan as one of the 20 hottest startups in Singapore. 🥳
Trends in VC funding as per Singapore Business Review
The ninth edition of the report starts by mentioning three predominant VC trends in Singapore:
- ESG (environmental, social and corporate governance) is on spotlight
- Deep tech (especially startups in manufacturing, urban sustainability, healthcare and bio med) still is a priority
- VC funds in Singapore seemed to have reduced their investment activity
Hottest startups in Singapore in 2020
After that, it moves on to listing the top startups in Singapore with the maximum Series A funding. SME-focused Neobank topped the list with USD 32.5 million funding from series A round.
With USD 2.5 million pre-series A funding from WaterBridge Ventures, Atlan’s amongst the top 20.
Atlan reduces the collaboration overhead amongst data teams through data democratization, helping teams to work seamlessly on data projects. It democratizes both internal and external data, whilst automating repetitive tasks.The company caters to more than 200 teams in over 50 countries.
Some of its clients include Unilever, Milkbasket, Barbeque Nation, and Mahindra Group. Headquartered in Singapore, Atlan’s operations extend to New Delhi and Bengaluru (India), as well as San Francisco and Nairobi.Singapore Business Review
Other startups listed include:
- Proptech startup Smarten Spaces (USD 12 million)
- Dental tech manufacturer Zenyum (USD 13.6 million)
- AI-first startup Quilt.ai (USD 9 million)
- ML-powered ultrasound manufacturer Eko.ai (USD 4 million)
- Fintech startup Syfe (USD 3.8 million)
We’re extremely excited to make it on the list and couldn’t wait to share our big news with you. 🚀
A big thank you to Singapore Business Review for this recognition and we strive to work harder to make data democratization a reality for data teams everywhere. 🙏
Interested in checking out the complete list? Then read this article from Singapore Business Review.