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Ride-hailing app Ryde gains investment from Nomad X, appoints its director as chairman

Ride-hailing app #Ryde gains investment from Nomad X, appoints its director as chairman

29/1/2019 5:22:00 AM

Ride-hailing app Ryde gains investment from Nomad X, appoints its director as chairman

SINGAPORE ride-hailing app Ryde announced on Tuesday that it has received an undisclosed sum from investment firm Nomad X and appointed Nomad X’s director and chief investment officer Tan Suan Jin as chairman. Read more at The Business Times.

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Ryde secures new round of funding, names new chairmanSINGAPORE - Local transportation start-up Ryde has secured an undisclosed sum of investment from investment firm Nomad X and appointed the firm's director as its chairman.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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