Naver Financial Corporation co-led the grocery ordering app operator’s series D round, which included fellow corporate venturer Z Venture Capital.
Indonesia-based grocery delivery platform HappyFresh has closed a $65m series D round featuring internet groups Naver and Z Holdings, DealStreetAsia has reported, citing regulatory filings. Naver subsidiary Naver Financial Corporation and a vehicle called Gafina co-led the round, which included investment firm Mirae Asset’s Indonesia and Singapore-based subsidiaries. Mirae Asset-Naver Asia Growth Fund, a joint…
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