AnyMind Group, a Singapore-based end-to-end commerce enablement company, on Tuesday announced that the Tokyo Stock Exchange has approved the initial listing of the Company’s shares on the growth market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

The date of listing is scheduled to be December 15, AnyMind said in a statement.

“We would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere gratitude to all our stakeholders who have supported us since our founding, including employees, customers, business partners, and shareholders, for their support and encouragement,” said the firm.

As a company with a purpose to “make it exciting for everyone to do business,” it said it will use the power of technology to break down business barriers, and advance a world where enterprises, creators and publishers can grow more freely.

Founded in April 2016, AnyMind is an end-to-end commerce enablement technology company with a purpose to make it exciting for everyone to do business.

The company provides two broad offerings to brands and businesses, publishers and influencers: brand commerce and partner growth.

Brand commerce provides businesses with the company’s platforms for manufacturing, e-commerce enablement, marketing and logistics, whilst partner growth provides web and mobile app publishers along with influencers and content creators with platforms for monetization and optimization.

Partner growth customers can also tap on the company’s brand commerce offering.

To date, AnyMind has raised funding of $91.7 million, from investors including JAFCO Asia, Mirai Creation Fund, VGI and Japan Post Capital.

AnyMind has over 1,200 staff across 19 offices in 13 markets, including Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Mainland China, Japan, India and the United Arab Emirates.

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