Zenyum featured image
Banking & Finance News Pharmaceutical & Biotech Stories Technology

Zenyum raises US$13.6M funds from its Series A funding

The Singapore-based startup Zenyum has raised US$13.6 million funds from Sequoia Capital for market and product line expansion.

Zenyum is a Singapore-based dental care startup that provides 3D-printed invisible braces to its patients, produced under the highest quality standards and delivered to the comfort of its customer’s home.

The company reported a raise of fund totaling to US$13.6 million from its recently held Series A funding round. The said funding round was led by Sequoia Capital, a venture capital firm that focuses on the technology industry.

“Zenyum has gained impressive traction in a short period of time, which really underscores the strength of their vision and business model. We’re impressed at how quickly they’ve put together such a strong partner network, the depth of local market insight and the high level of customer love driven by a near 100 percent success rate of the alignments,” Galina Chifina, Partner at RTP Global said.

Zenyum was a part of Sequoia Capital India’s initial startup for high-potential startups in Southeast Asia and India. It was founded by Julian Artope and Frederik Krass in 2018.

Zenyum plans to use the new funds to extend its products offerings adding cosmetic products like retainers and teeth whitening solutions. It also plans to expand its market to regions like Indonesia, Taiwan and Vietnam.

“With this new funding round, we are ready to build on the momentum we’ve seen this year and double down on our mission to help Asia Smile More,” said Julian Artope, CEO and founder of Zenyum.

Zenyum matches professional dentists with cutting-edge technology and offers its clients orthodontic treatment at great affordability. The startup has now 100 team members across the region.

The startup currently operates in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Thailand. The new funds bring the startup to a total of US$16.1 million in funding.