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Rakuten Ventures partner leads $1m Send Anywhere financing

13 May 2014

wi-fi network communicationThe Korean startup behind cross-platform file-sharing service Send Anywhere has picked up $1m of seed funding led by a managing partner at Rakuten Ventures.

Send Anywhere allows users to share digital content peer-to-peer in real time without the need to save to cloud storage.

Rakuten’s SeaMin Ahn led the round for ESTmob, which also included backing from four angel investors.

Two of those are from Korea, and will aim to help execute various startup supporting programmes from the Korean government.

The other investors were Google technical infrastructure group member Andy Warner and data-driven product management expert Andrew McGlinchey.

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