The personalized, multi-channel customer experience platform Insider, which recently became Turkey’s first software unicorn, aims to enter new markets, according to Hande Cilingir, Founding Partner and CEO of Insider. “We grew rapidly in Asia, Europe, Australia, and South America. We aim to carry the same pace to the U.S. market. We are focused on introducing...
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Insider is Turkey’s first software ‘unicorn’
The software startup Insider is now Turkey’s first software unicorn with a valuation of over USD 1bn, having raised USD 121m from the U.S.-based private equity firm Riverwood Capital and venture capital company Sequoia Capital in a Series D funding round held by the Qatari Sovereign Wealth Fund. Insider has raised USD 168m in total...