The physician-based social media platform has raised $11m in a round co-led by Itochu, which supplied $6m, and existing backer Singapore Press Holdings.

Trading firm Itochu has invested $6m in Docquity, the Singapore-based developer of a social media platform for doctors, as part of an $11m series B round, DealStreetAsia has reported. SPH Ventures, the corporate venturing subsidiary of media company Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), co-led the round, which also featured KDV Holdings and private investor Jo Hirao.…

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