Singapore startup Carousell making inroads into Malaysia by Emmy Abdul Alim in Marketplace 28 Dec 2014 From a startup co-working space in Singapore, C2C mobile marketplace Carousell is making inroads into neighbouring Malaysia after it secured a Series A round worth $6 million late last month, led by Sequoia Capital and including Rakuten Ventures, Golden Gate Ventures, 500 Startups and entrepreneur Darius Cheung. <a href="http://a6a.0 This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. Share Southeast Asia Emmy Abdul Alim Author, editor and reporter, Alim had been an independent writer specializing in Islamic finance since 2010 before joining the AIM Group in July 2014. She has been an editor for Thomson Reuters Islamic Finance Gateway since mid-2012. She is the author of the book "Global Leaders in Islamic Finance: Industry Milestones and Reflections" (Wiley, 2013). Before venturing into writing and editing about finance and business, Emmy worked a decade in the performing arts, primarily as a manager and producer. She has lived and worked in the U.K., Egypt and The Netherlands. She now divides her time between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.