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Founderunxian Lee, CRO Jerry Chua,CDO Vishnu
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Moovaz is a Singapore based logistics technology startup providing international relocation services to expats. It was founded in 2017 by CEO, Junxian Lee[1], CRO Jerry Chua

Company Overview

Moovaz, a logistics tech company was founded in 2018 by co-founders, Junxian Lee, Jerry Chua and CDO Vishnu S/O Vasudeven who hold the titles of CEO, CRO and CDO respectively. The company provides international relocation, moving guidance, vendor management, and other related solutions[2].

Moovaz serves 170+ cities but its key markets are Singapore, Hong Kong, UK, Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand.

In 2019, Moovaz was granted exclusive membership into the International Association of Movers (IAM)[3].


Moovaz’s core technologies are Machine Learning, Blockchain Technology and Vendor Management System.

Machine Learning uses real-time decisioning algorithms to create an optimal package based on the client’s criteria. Blockchain technology for security and privacy. Vendor Management System which is a scoring system for accountability of partners’ service levels to ensure customers satisfaction.


In June 2018, Moovaz bagged SGD 1 million in a seed funding round. Investors included personnel from Ong Beng Seng’s family office fund, Mojo Partners, and senior operating executives from American and Chinese unicorn startups[4]. This amount was used towards building up Moovaz’s platform and data analytics capabilities before it's regional expansion into the Asia-Pacific market.

In February 2019, Moovaz secured an investment of an undisclosed amount from Hustle Funds, a venture fund investing in early-stage startups in the US, Canada and Southeast Asia[5]. This investment was used for the company’s international expansion starting with Australia[6].

In April 2020, Moovaz raised SGD 7 million in Series A funding. This round was led by Quest Ventures[7]. The startup will use the funds raised to tap the burgeoning Asia relocation market and disrupt the traditional moving industry.


The Finder

In May 2020, Moovaz acquired The Finder, a free quarterly magazine aimed at helping expats and internationally-minded Singaporeans live in Singapore. The magazine was acquired from Singapore Press Holdings (SPH)[8].


In June 2020, Moovaz acquired local on-demand van rental service startup GetVan. As part of the agreement, GetVan Founder and CEO, James Neo has joined Moovaz as Head of Supply Chain Operations[9].


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  2. "Moovaz Innovation Pte Ltd". Bloomberg. Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  3. "About Us". Moovaz. Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  4. "S'pore Logistics Startup Moovaz Raises US$1M To Help People Relocate More Easily". Vulcan Post. Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  5. "Hustle Fund has invested in Singapore-based moving logistics startup Moovaz". Yahoo News. Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  6. "Moovaz bags undisclosed fund to make relocation easier". Singapore Business Review. Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  7. TAY, VIVIENNE. "Logistics startup Moovaz raises US$7m in Series A round led by Quest Ventures". The Business Times. Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  8. "Relocation start-up Moovaz acquires SPH's expat magazine The Finder". The Straits Times. Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  9. Florene, Ursula. "Relocation startup Moovaz acquires GetVan, looking at further deals: CEO". KrASIA. Retrieved 9 October 2020.

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