The online women's fashion retailer's latest round was led by Tencent and also featured Fivestar Holdings' Focustar Capital vehicle.
Internet group Tencent led a $50m series B round for China-based fashion marketplace ChicV on Friday, investing alongside Focustar Capital, a vehicle for diversified conglomerate Fivestar Holdings. Founded in 2014, ChicV has built a cross-border e-commerce platform that sells women’s clothing items, accessories, footwear and bags, focusing on the European and North American markets. It…
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