DotPe raises $58 mn in series B, plans entry into financial services

The firm currently serves over 7.5 million brands including McDonald's, 24 Seven and Taco Bell

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DotPe, a tech-enabled multi-channel e-commerce platform for big and medium-scale merchants, has raised $58 million in Series B funding led by Temasek. The round saw participation from existing investors PayU,

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