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27 year-old female CEO’s startup gets $1 Billion valuation

By Bloomberg
13 February 2019   |   10:22 am
Zilingo Pte, a Singapore-based online fashion marketplace, raised $226 million to fund an expansion into the Philippines, Indonesia and Australia.

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