Multiple corporates have helped staffing software provider Paradox close a $200m series C round, and electronic parts maker BOE Technology is putting up about $47m in a Chinese state-backed vehicle.


US-based recruitment technology developer Paradox secured $200m in series C funding yesterday from investors including job listings portal Indeed, law firm DLA Piper, customer engagement software provider Twilio and enterprise human resources platform Workday, the last three through DLA Piper Venture Fund, Workday Ventures and Twilio Ventures respectively. Growth equity group Stripes, venture capital firm Sapphire and private equity firm Thoma Bravo co-led the round, which valued the company at $1.5bn. They were joined by Willoughby Capital, Blue Cloud…

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Edison Fu

Edison Fu is a reporter and Asia liaison at Global Corporate Venturing.