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FaceMe secures $US10 million funding

Australian based Alium Capital led the round, with investments coming from inside New Zealand as well as from a chief scientist at an American tech giant.

Andrew Bevin Tue, 15 Jan 2019

Tech start-up FaceMe has completed a $US10 million Series A funding round, valuing the company at $US50m.

The lead investor for the capital raise was Sydney-based Alium Capital, taking a 6.4% stake.

San Francisco based cloud software company Salesforce’s chief scientist Richard Socher also

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Andrew Bevin Tue, 15 Jan 2019
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