AQWIRE Raises Funding to Expand its Product Offerings and More

November 26, 2020
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In a move to expand its product offerings and enter new markets within Southeast Asia, AQWIRE has successfully raised US$2.1 million in a Series A funding round, led by Spiral Ventures. 

The proptech company had actually raised more but declined the extra amount over concerns on further dilution. However, the company is expecting another US$2 million in venture loans. 

Ray Refundo, CEO and Founder of AQWIRE, explained:

“We decided to raise less equity as the company has been profitable since 2019, generating US$1.7 million in revenue.”

He also explained that the company is expecting to end 2020 with a 50% increase in annual revenue with plans to triple that in 2021. 

AQWIRE is a Philippino proptech company that focuses on mortgage loans and cross-border property management. Launched in 2018, it already has an impressive network of foreign property investors, 12 million of which are overseas Filipinos. 

November 26, 2020
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