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C-suite raises seed funding

Singapore: C-suite, a Singapore-based O2O learning platform for current and aspiring executives, announced today it has secured a “six-figure USD” in a seed funding round led by angel investors, including its own co-founder and COO Don Tsai.

As per a press note, the fresh funds will be utilized to expand its team and roll out new marketing campaigns.

C-suite positions itself as an exclusive community hub, a social network, a news and views forum, and a recommendation engine.

Users can access content through a paid-for app, virtual gatherings, and real-world conferences, among others. It plans to roll out additional features such as a jobs portal and concierge service, alongside a mobile app, in 2021.

The platform claims to have attracted nearly 200 high-profile members within the first two weeks of its operations.

According to C-suite CEO and Co-founder Dean Carroll, there are too many bad managers or so-called ‘leaders’ in the business world. And the reason for that is these leaders are just expected to know how to do it without receiving the tools to make it happen.

Currently headquartered in Singapore, C-suite serves executives across Asia. Its current team of six is spread across Singapore, Indonesia, and Hungary.


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