= Exit Alert (startup listed at the stock exchange or got acquired)
= Unicorn Alert (post-deal company valuation at >$1B)
Grab – the Southeast Asia-based ride-hailing super app raised $856M from Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) and TIS Inc. GrabWheel, its new mobility arm, raised $30M from KYMCO.
Pony.ai – the Silicon Valley-based autonomous driving startup raised $500M from Toyota Motor Group.
Volocopter – the German electrical vertical take-off and landing aircraft developer raised another $40M to its series C funding from DB Schenker, Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Group, TransLink Capital, and further investors.
Tier Mobility – the Berlin-based e-scooter rental startup raised another $40M to its Series B funding from Moscow’s RTP Global, Novator, and further investors.
Blue Bird – the Indonesian taxi company raised $30M in a 4.3% share purchase from Gojek.
Limehome – the Munich-based short-term rental management startup raised $23M from Lakestar, HV Holtzbrinck Ventures, and Picus Capital.
PredictHQ – the New Zealand-based event data intelligence startup raised $22M from Sutter Hill Ventures and other existing investors.
Vogo – the Bengaluru-based two-wheeler rental startup raised $19.1M from Lightstone Fund, Matrix Partners and Kalaari Capital.
Socar – the Malaysian car-sharing startup raised $18M from Eugene Private Equity and KH Energy.
RailYatri – the Indian rail and bus travel booking startup raised $13.8M from Infosys Co-founder Nandan Nilekani, Samsung Venture Investment Corporation, and further investors.
Ayenda – the Latin American hotel chain raised $8.7M from Kaszek Ventures, Irelandia Aviation, and further investors.
Hopin – the London-based online live event platform raised $6.5M from Accel, Web Summit’s Amaranthine Fund, Slack Fund, and further investors.
Ion Electric – the Southeast Asia-based electric two-wheeler startup raised $3M from Monk’s Hill Ventures.
Go2Joy Vietnam – the Vietnam-based hotel booking startup that allows users to book by hours raised $2.5M from STIC Ventures, Wonik Investment Partners, and further investors.
Halo Cars – the US-based startup that allows rideshare drivers monetize through rooftop advertising was acquired by Lyft for an undisclosed amount.