AlphaSense settles in Singapore

by Matthias Plötz 25 August 2023

AlphaSense, a provider of market intelligence, has created a new regional hub in Singapore as a “response to strong customer demand in the region”.

With the expansion, the company aims to better serve its existing APAC client base and scale customer growth.

The new regional hub comes off the back of $100m AlphaSense secured in a D-series funding round in April and the rollout of its generative AI tool Smart Summaries.

Daniel Sanchez-Grant, SVP of international corporate sales at AlphaSense, highlighted Singapore’s “thriving market and impressive talent pool”, which made the city-state “a critical economic hub for AlphaSense”.

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