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Why Traveloka may have been wise to give up SPAC route

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NEWS

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Why Traveloka may have been wise to give up SPAC route
The company remains committed to going public, and given the waning enthusiasm for SPACs, a traditional listing might be the best path to take.
Why Traveloka may have been wise to give up SPAC route 3
Recap: SEA’s biggest tech listings in 2021
Southeast Asia is having its moment under the sun after a bumper year of stock listings.
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Bukalapak CEO to step down months after taking firm public
Bukalapak said Muhammad Rachmat Kaimuddin would “serve the nation and work for the government” after leaving the firm.
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Korea pushes Google, Apple to pull play-to-earn games from stores
The country’s Game Management Committee said such games should not receive an age rating and be listed on app stores.
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🇮🇳 Thrasio-styled GlobalBees breaks into unicorn club with $111.5m raise
The roll-up firm aims to back over 100 brands in the fast-moving consumer goods, sports, home organization, and lifestyle spaces over the next three years.

 


 

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EVENTS

You can also check out a curated list of trending tech events over here.

  • *Event* Ask Me Anything about NFTs on January 14
    Ask all your questions to Alan Seng, the founder of Dark Zodiac, a Singapore NFT project that made S$1.4 million (around US$1 million) after selling all of its 3,876 NFTs in 80 minutes.
  • AWS SaaS Forum on February 17
    Join the AWS SaaS Forum on February 17 to uncover opportunities and insights on SaaS trends, outlook for 2022 and how to build your business playbook. Attendance is complimentary.


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