Una has scored a major league swagger test on the heels of a $40 million equity and debt round. It hasn’t been the only e-commerce aggregator to wrangle the top spot on the APAC conglomerate, but it does stand out for a number of reasons including an enviable talent pool, an impressive list of partners and the elusive unicorn of a founder.
It also has a knack for the big picture. For starters, it boasts one of the largest offices in the biz, and has more than a dozen staffers in and around the capital city, with plans to expand outward to Asia’s mainland next. Its most coveted asset, a massive warehousing and distribution center, will be the largest of its kind in the world (and it’s not even fully operational yet).