Thailand’s Omise Lands $2.6M To Expand Its Payment Gateway Across Asia

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Omise, a Thailand-based payment enabler, is in the money today after it raised a $2.6 million Series A round to develop its payment gateway system and expand across Asia.

Two-year-old Omise’s funding was led by Indonesian VC SMDV, with participation from existing investor East Ventures. 500 Tuktuks — 500 Startups’ dedicated fund for Thailand — and, interestingly, Thailand-based mobile operator True completed the line-up. (Working with a telco in Southeast Asia often open doors and scaling opportunities with both partners and consumers.)

The timing of the round is noteworthy, coming just a week after 2C2P, a rival in Southeast Asia, nabbed $7 million in fresh funding. Paysby, which is owned by operator DTAC, is yet another competitor in Thailand — there are plenty more across the region. The sheer number of entrepreneurs focused on the problem, indicates just how painful the current system is for retailers, startups and others.

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