Aerodyne intensifies global expansion in $117.7tn capitalisation plan

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Aerodyne has added North Summit Capital, Arc Ventures and Leave a Nest as its key strategic partners and investors, powering its entry into China, India and Japan.

The move is in line with Aerodyne’s aggressive global expansion strategy of investing heavily in data technology advancement.

It comes as part of the company’s plan to propel its vision to become the world’s leading drone-powered asset management solutions provider.

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In China, Aerodyne has cemented a partnership with North Summit Capital to penetrate the market and extend Aerodyne’s technological edge.

In India, Aerodyne is partnering with Arc Ventures, a welcome asset to Aerodyne’s growing requirements.

Aerodyne which already expanded to Japan and South Korea through its previous investors, is also strengthening their position in Japan through partnership with Leave a Nest, an entity that connects start-ups, research institutes and companies to create new businesses or explore new frontiers.

Aerodyne’s founder and group CEO, Kamarul A Muhamad, commented: “We welcome our new investors, North Summit Capital, Arc Ventures and Leave A Nest to the Aerodyne family.”

Adding: “We firmly believe that together, we will be able to make the next technological leap, and be well positioned to capitalise on the growth of China, India and Japan, whose combined 2030 GDP forecast stands at USD117.7 trillion.”

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