AlphaSense To Set Footprint In Asia Pacific Region


With the opening of a new regional office in Singapore, AlphaSense, the top market intelligence and search platform, announced its ongoing expansion in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. The company will be able to better serve its current APAC clientele and strengthen its capacity to scale customer growth thanks to the expansion, which is a response to the region's strong consumer demand.

The launch of Smart Summaries, AlphaSense's generative AI capabilities, and a $100 million addition to its $225 million Series D financing round in April, led by CapitalG, Alphabet's independent growth fund, valued the company at $1.8 billion. The announcement of AlphaSense's regional hub closely follows these and other significant company milestones in 2023.

More than 4,000 enterprise clients now make up AlphaSense's clientele, which represents the most important industries in the area. These clients include seven of the top ten asset management firms in the region as well as top firms in a variety of other fields, including technology, consumer goods, and the life sciences, many of which already have clients in the APAC region. Chugai Pharmaceutical, Samsung, Petronas, HSBC, Sylebra Capital in Hong Kong, YH2 Capital Management in Singapore, and numerous other companies are among the clients in the region. Greater levels of assistance will be made available to both current and potential clients in Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, and the wider APAC region thanks to the opening of the new office and AlphaSense's investment in expanding its presence in the area.

"We are delighted to establish our new office in Singapore, especially as we continue to see growing demand for enterprise market intelligence solutions across the Asia-Pacific region," said Daniel Sanchez-Grant, SVP of International Corporate Sales. "Singapore's thriving market and impressive talent pool make it a critical economic hub for AlphaSense to establish roots and build a best-in-class sales and support team dedicated to serving the region.


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