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September 2017

Bossa Raises $10 Million Series A For Its Simulation Game

By | Client news, Current Affairs, Entrepreneurs, Gaming, Investor and VC News

Summer turns to fall, and our clients continue to show no signs of stopping. In gaming news, we advised London-based Bossa Studios on its $10 Million Series A fundraise ahead of the launch of its upcoming simulation game Worlds Adrift. Atomico led the investment with participation from existing investor, London Venture Partners. Atomico co-founder and partner Mattias Ljungman and executive-in-residence Alexis Bonte, will both join Bossa’s board of directors. In an ongoing validation of the strength of UK and European tech, Bossa will be making use of Improbable’s ground-breaking SpatialOS platform in the creation of Worlds Adrift. The Cambridge-born tech firm has…

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Habito Raises £18.5 Million In A Series B Round Led By Atomico

By | Client news, Current Affairs, Entrepreneurs, Investor and VC News, investors, Startups

JAG Shaw Baker is proud to have advised our client Habito, on their £18.5 Million Series B round led by Atomico. The raise supports Habito, one of the standout ‘PropTech’ companies in the UK, and their vision to leverage the large inefficiencies inherent in the mortgage market. The round brings the total raised by the company to a total of £27m and the funding will be used for marketing and other product development as well as the company’s plans to expand its offering to other parts of the mortgage process such as home and life insurance. Daniel Hegarty, CEO, Habito started the company in 2015. The JAG Shaw Baker team…

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A Look Inside Unbound London 2017

By | Entrepreneurs, Events

In July, our associates Imran Bhatia and Robert Glass attended Unbound London at The Old Truman Brewery near London’s Brick Lane. The annual event brings together entrepreneurs, investors, corporates and journalists from around Europe to take a look at the impact of new disruptive technologies as well as different ways that emerging brands can establish a presence and increase brand loyalty in a fast-moving market.  The red-hot topic of the event was the concept of the startup culture. It was no surprise that the discussion centred around the importance of instilling business fundamentals and structure across start-ups as well as…

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