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Singapore-based doctors' network to expand into Japan, South Korea

Docquity aims to raise up to $35m by August 2020

Docquity hopes to link up doctors across Asia.   © Reuters

SINGAPORE -- Docquity, a Southeast Asian social network for doctors, is aiming to raise $20 million to $35 million by August 2020 to help crack the North Asian market.

The Singapore-based startup recently closed an $11 million Series B round in March, led by Japan's Itochu Corp. and Singapore Press Holdings. Other investors who participated in the funding round include SPH Ventures, KDV Holdings and Zigexn Japan's CEO Jo Hirao.

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