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Corporate venturing deal net: 10-14 February 2020
Each Friday the Global Corporate Venturing Deal Net rounds up the week’s smaller deals and tracks the emerging companies accessing corporate funds
Al Faisaliah aligns with Nuwa Capital
Conglomerate Al Faisaliah is anchor investor for the newly launched Nuwa Capital, which is reportedly seeking $100m for its final close.
Grabwheels rolls on with $30m from Kymco
Grab's electric scooter rental service has picked up a series A investment from motorcycle producer and new strategic partner Kymco.
Salesforce Ventures homes in on Hosomura
Takuya Hosomura, previously a senior manager at Rakuten Capital, has joined fellow corporate venturing vehicle Salesforce Ventures as a principal.
Sixgill clicks with corporates to raise $15m
Deep-web cyber intelligence provider Sixgill increased its funding to at least $20m to date in a round that included REV Venture Partners and Sonae IM.
Neo Career recruits corporates for new funding
Existing backers Mynavi and Link and Motivation were among the investors that backed a $41.4m round for the recruitment service provider.
Vezeeta eases into $40m series D
Gulf Capital led a round that boosted the Crescent Enterprises-backed medical booking platform's total funding to more than $63m.
Rebel Foods prepares $150m feast
The Gojek and Sistema-backed cloud kitchen operator is seeking between $100m and $150m at a $1bn valuation, nearly double the valuation it fetched just six months ago.
Baseconnect links to corporates in series A round
Yahoo Japan, Uzabase, Orico and Nihon Unisys all chipped into a $16.4m round for the corporate information database operator, which will spend the cash on technology development and marketing.
SoftBank lowers sights for Vision Fund II
Sources have told the Wall Street Journal the fund is set to raise less than half the $108bn in MOUs SoftBank received, with the corporate supplying most of that capital itself.

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