Has become the largest ever ECF deal in Malaysia.
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.
pitchIN’s first ECF exit gives investors a ROI within two years.
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.
Although it represents opportunity for employer and employee, it might just be a symptom of a larger, looming problem.
Despite lowered market sentiments from GEI4, pitchIN raised US$3.31mil from 8 deals SC Malaysia expected to release eagerly awaited Secondary Market Framework by Q1