As reported by Terence Lee in Tech in Asia (found here):

Chope, a Singapore-headquartered restaurant reservation platform, has gained new ammunition to expand aggressively in China and Southeast Asia in its attempt to become the region’s dominant restaurant management and marketing platform. It raised S$11 million (US$8 million) in a series C round co-led by F&H Fund Management, a fund chaired by pioneering Alibaba CTO John Wu, and NSI Ventures. The money will go entirely towards expansion.

According to accounting records which Tech in Asia obtained, the startup made about S$519,000 (US$385,000) in 2013, a 50-fold increase over the previous year. Chope co-founder Arrif Ziaudeen says the startup’s annual revenue doubled from 2013 to 2014, which means Chope made roughly US$770,000 last year. Ziaudeen can’t reveal definite figures though as the accounts are still being audited.

“We are impressed by Chope’s revenue traction since our last investment. This investment is a signal of our confidence in Chope’s team and their ambition to become the go-to restaurant booking application in Southeast Asia,” says Hian Goh, founder and general partner of NSI Ventures, in a statement.