Tokyo-based startup TriFort announced today it has raised about $400 million yen (about $3.9 million) from WiL (World Innovation Lab), a fund recently formed by Japanese venture capitalist Gen Isayama.
Since its launch back in August of 2012, the company has been working on contract-based software development for social gaming and smartphone app developers. They have rapidly grown to 100-person team in just 1.5 years. The company will use the new funds to start developing and marketing its own mobile apps globally. ...continue reading ...
The Bridge 2/3/2014 [en]
- It may be quite rare case that a company mainly working for contract-based software development raises venture capital. But the company already has 100 employees with abundant experience in mobile games and apps. It is interesting to see what kind of original apps will be launched with the expertise.