UZABASE, Inc. Scores Additional Funding of JPY 472 million
Tokyo – Friday, 29 August 2014 – Uzabase Inc. has announced today that it has secured strategic funding from six new and three existing investors.
This round of Series C financing totals a sizeable JPY 472 million. Itochu Technology Ventures primes as the largest new investor and is accompanied by YJ Capital, Kodansha, SMBC Venture Capital, Mitsubishi UFJ Capital, Shinsei Bank. These investors join the existing Globis Capital Partners, GMO Venture Partners and Monex Ventures, who all increased their funding in this round.
Uzabase has also announced the appointment of Shinji Asada, Director at Itochu Technology Ventures, to its Board of Directors as an independent director of the company.
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