Japanese translation service Gengo gets $12M from Intel Capital

Japanese translation service Gengo gets $12M from Intel Capital

venturebeat.com
New Gengo, a Tokyo-based startup specializing in people-powered translation, has just taken its second round of institutional funding. The deal, which totals $12 million, was led by Intel Capital with participation from previous investor Atomico as well as new investors Iris Capital, Infocomm (Singapore), NTT-IP (Japan), and STCV (Saudi Arabia)....
Japanese translation service Gengo gets $12M from Intel Capital
                                       

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