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SINGAPORE - Browzwear, a provider of digital solutions for the fashion industry, has completed a US$35 million funding round to further develop its 3D design technology to reduce waste.

The company says the investment, from New York-based growth equity fund Radian Capital, will accelerate delivery of its "aggressive goals for platform development and market expansion".

It represents the first institutional funding for the 2012-founded company whose 3D software is used by companies including Nike, Target and Walmart to digitise manual processes throughout design and production, leading to less waste, greater sustainability and faster times to market.

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