Business Connectivity platform BEAM secures SEED round today, led by TinkBig Ventures. The aim of the round is focused on scaling BEAM’s business operations throughout South East Asia (primarily Malaysia and Singapore), with focuses on enabling more ways for startups to grow, with speed.

“We believe that there are many incredible individuals building phenomenal products & services which are both value adding and innovative today. Without losing focus on their own vision, BEAM aims to drive as much value as we can to bring their businesses to the next level, at scale.” – Ken Ho, Founder of BEAM.

BEAM, which initially began as a community running monthly business networking events since December 2015 launched their Business Connectivity, News, and Events platform on 14th June 2016. The company has since scaled to running Entrepreneurial events in 3 countries: Singapore, Malaysia, and Japan, with plans to start in both Vietnam and Philippines.

From Left: Ajay Madhukar, Yienyee Soh of AVANA.Asia, Saikit Ng of Captii Ventures, Alvin Lai from TinkBig Ventures, and Sam Shaffie from PitchIn

BEAM’s platform today also allows users to easily get connected with other Entrepreneurs, Investors, Journalists, and more. Users can also easily discover…

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