Fresh off a successful funding round that brought in US$4.4 million, Hydroleap, a wastewater treatment startup based in Singapore, is determined to expand its presence in the Asia-Pacific region. This innovative company, which has been operating for seven years, has already secured a total of US$7.7 million in investments from a range of institutional backers.
Notable among these supporters are Enterprise Singapore’s investment arm Seeds Capital, SGInnovate, and the Wavemaker Group. With its recent funding injection, Hydroleap is eyeing opportunities for growth in key markets like Indonesia, Japan, and Australia, positioning itself to make a substantial impact in the region’s wastewater treatment industry.
To read more about Hydroleap’s pursuit in Asia, read more on The Business Times’ official page here.