2 July 2021
e27: Workmate raises US$10M to help businesses find, manage quality blue-collar workers
Singapore-headquartered Workmate, which offers an end-to-end online staffing platform, announced today that it has received a US$10 million loan from the UK-based lending platform Lendable. The startup has raised a total of US$15.2 million so far from a slew of investors, including Atlas Ventures, Gobi Partners, and Beacon VC, the corporate venture capital arm of Kasikornbank, With the fresh funds, Workmate intends to onboard more workers in Indonesia and Thailand.
25 January 2021
RLC Recruitment and Workmate partnership
RLC Recruitment has announced a new partnership with Workmate that is aimed at leveraging technology to streamline workforce management processes for its clients in the blue-collar industries.
7 July 2020
kr-asia: Workmate helps blue-collar workers find jobs during a time of crisis
The COVID-19 pandemic has a growing impact on the global economy and rising unemployment in many countries. As the crisis unfolds, informal workers remain vulnerable to economic shock, while many of them need assistance to locate new employment and earn reliable income. Those who need such support can turn to a platform called Workmate.
12 November 2019
Tech in Asia: On-demand staffing platform Workmate bags $5.2m in series A round
Singapore-headquartered Workmate (formerly Helpster), which connects blue-collar workers with employers in Southeast Asia, has raised US$5.2 million in a series A round led by early-stage VC fund Atlas Ventures.
12 November 2019
e27: On-demand staffing platform Workmate raises US$5.2M funding, looking to put orders in region’s informal labor economy
Southeast Asian end-to-end staffing platform Workmate (formerly Helpster) announces that it has closed a Series A funding round of US$5.2 million, led by Atlas Ventures with participation by Gobi Partners and Beacon Venture Capital (Beacon VC), the corporate venture capital arm of Kasikornbank PLC. (KBANK), with existing investors also participating in the round.
13 November 2019
Digital News Asia: Workmate secures US$5.2mil in Series A funding
SINGAPORE-based end-to-end staffing platform Workmate (formerly Helpster) announced that it closed a Series A funding round of US$5.2 million (RM21.52 million), led by Atlas Ventures with participation by Gobi Partners and Beacon Venture Capital (Kasikorn Bank), with existing investors also participating in the round.
14 December 2017
TechCrunch: Helpster, a platform for temp job seekers in Southeast Asia, raises $2.5M
Helpster, a two-year-old startup that connects blue-collar workers with employers in Southeast Asia, has closed $2.5 million in new funding.
13 December 2017
Digital News Asia: Helpster secures US$2.5 mil Pre-Series A funding
Online temporary staffing platform Helpster announced that it closed a pre-series A funding round of US$2.5 million led by Mojo Partners and Wavemaker partners. All of Helpster’s existing investors also participated in the round.
11 December 2017
Helpster, a Southeast Asian startup that helps companies fill short-term staffing needs, announced today it has raised a US$2.5 million pre-Series A round led by Mojo Partners and Wavemaker Partners.
7 February 2017
Helpster, a Thailand-based on-demand staffing platform is connecting companies with blue collar workers when they need extra hands. ecommerceIQ sat down with the startup’s CEO and co-founder Mathew Ward to talk about the ins and outs of his business.
16 November 2016
Helpster, a Bangkok-based company that matches employers with people seeking blue-collar jobs, has banked $2.1 million to expand across Southeast Asia.
15 November 2016
Helpster, a Thailand-based company that helps blue collar workers find jobs, announced today it has raised a US$2.1 million Seed Round led by Convergence Ventures.
15 November 2016
Tech in Asia
Helpster, a Bangkok-based startup that finds temporary and permanent blue-collar employees for businesses, announced closing a US$2.1 million seed round today. Indonesia’s Convergence Ventures led the round with Wavemaker Partners and other investors participating.