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Corporate venturing deal net: 3-7 June 2019
Each Friday the Global Corporate Venturing Deal Net rounds up the week’s smaller deals and tracks the emerging companies accessing corporate funds.
Sansan sets price for $360m IPO
CyberAgent, GMO, Japan Post, Nikkei, Nippon Life, Recruit and Salesforce-backed Sansan priced its shares at the top of its range today and will raise $360m including the over-allotment option.
AllyO aligns with corporates in $45m round
Randstad Innovation Fund and Google's Gradient Ventures invested in a series B round that boosted the recruitment automation platform’s total funding to $64m.
SoftBank oversees another $100m delivery for Loggi
The delivery services platform secured $100m in a round led by returning investor SoftBank Vision Fund, while another SoftBank fund considers adding $50m.
Highspot sells Salesforce on $60m series D
Sales-team support software provider Highspot has now raised a total of $122m, having secured additional funding from investors including Salesforce Ventures.
Aihuishou to process $500m JD.com-led round
JD.com has agreed to lead a $500m round for Aihuishou and will merge its own second-hand e-commerce platform Paipai with the electronics recycler.
Knowbox stores $150m in series D funding
Alibaba has injected $150m into personalised education platform Knowbox, whose backers already include TAL Education, Bertelsmann, Baidu and Legend Star.
Corporate venturing deal net: 27-31 May 2019
Each Friday the Global Corporate Venturing Deal Net rounds up the week’s smaller deals and tracks the emerging companies accessing corporate funds.
Union Bank to unite fintech startups with $9m
Philippines-based Union Bank has allocated more than $9m annually to its UBX subsidiary to pursue financial technology opportunities.
Drawbridge falls to LinkedIn
Mitsui has exited customer data platform developer Drawbridge, which was acquired by LinkedIn after raising a reported $70m in venture capital funding.

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