SoftBank was among the contributors to the $130m raised by the venture firm, created through the merger of Joa Investimentos and E.bricks Ventures.
Brazil-based venture capital firm Igah Ventures has secured $130m from limited partners including telecommunications and internet group SoftBank, Bloomberg reported on Friday. Formed through the merger of VC firms E.bricks Ventures and Joa Investimentos, Igah Ventures provides equity financing for local companies through early-stage rounds. It has made six investments out of the fund and…
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