Successfully attracts 96 investors to become Mystartr’s first-ever successful crowdfunding project.
Has become the largest ever ECF deal in Malaysia.
Prepared to offer investors a 6.7% stake in the company for US$724,125.
First company on pitchIN to accept crypto tokens as considerations in kind.
Empowers women with income opportunities by providing curated babysitting jobs.
Three years later, buyouts prove the value of investing at the early stages of a company via ECF in Malaysia.
Food delivery startup, which uses AI to focus on serving offices, receives fresh round of funding to expand its corporate offerings.
US$604,305 invested in just eight days by 156 investors, largest investor to date commits US$120,861.
Seeks to raise RM2 million in its second campaign on pitchIN; plans for an IPO.
Power bank rental platform aims to build and lead the power bank sharing ecosystem in Malaysia.