Just half a year after its last Series F round announcement, Korean online grocery startup Kurly has closed $210 million in a pre-IPO round from single backer Anchor Equity Partners, a Hong Kong-based private equity firm.
The latest funding brings its total raised to approximately $761 million and values the company at $3.3 billion.
Kurly expects its estimated company valuation after the listing up to approximately $5.8 billion. The company plans to file an IPO application early next year, aiming to go public in the first half of 2022.
Read more/Source: Yahoo
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