12 Dec '12, 3am

Neoteny Labs and QuestVC funds #social #food diary app Burpple

Neoteny Labs and QuestVC funds #social #food diary app Burpple

Social food diary, Burpple, receives US$500,000 in funding, led by Neoteny Labs together with QuestVC. Burpple, the social food diary app, today announced their latest funding leg by Neoteny Labs together with QuestVC to the tune of US$500,000. Singapore-based Burpple recently expanded their services into the Chinese market in June . QuestVC, led by co-founder of 55tuan James Tan, brings much-needed knowledge for the Burpple team in terms of growth strategy in China. In the press release, James Chan, Principal of Neoteny Labs, said, “Food and meals are an integral part of our daily routine. The individual’s relationship with the dishes he or she has eaten or would like to try remains a white space that hasn’t been properly addressed by any service or app. I’ve watched the Burpple team go from strength to strength as they translated their initial idea into execution, and am...

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