Hedman Partners advised Fractory in seed round

Hedman Partners advised Fractory in seed round

Hedman Partners advised Fractory (an award-winning startup company) in raising capital and all commercial, corporate and IP matters related thereto, including in preparing all required documents.

International syndicated business angels investments

 

This was one of the very first international syndicated business angel investments in Estonia, which included more than 34 business angels from Estonia, the Netherlands, Belgium and the UAE.

Fractory announced it has secured a „seven-figure“ investment. The CEO and co-founder Martin Vares will not disclose the investment amount, but adds that the company had secured the planned investment earlier than initially expected.

The seed round was led by Trind Ventures and United Angels VC, with participation from Contriber Ventures, Spring Capital and existing investors Startup Wise Guys, Nordic Angel Program and others.

The company will use the seed round capital to fund its geographic expansion, grow team and further develop its platform.

The legal adviser for the seed round was Hedman Partners´s partner Valter Võhma.

Fractory – an European manufacturing technology company

 

Fractory is a platform that offers sheet metal fabrication services online to primarly metal sheet manufacturers. From quoting to manufacturign and delivery, Fractory takes full responsibility for every step.

The automatic platform is partnering with a range of high-quality laser cutting and metal bending suppliers. Using their provided data, Fractory´s algorithm can calculate the best laser cutting price for the customer´s query in seconds.

Hedman Partners advised Fractory to raise capital

 

Hedman Partners Law Firm, an experienced partner

 

We at Hedman Partners Law Firm are dedicated to helping both local and international startup companies, VC investors, business angels and fund managers.

Interesting facts about the start-up investments in Estonia in 2018 according to available public data:

 In 2018 Estonian start-ups raised more than 328 MEUR, which is 56 MEUR more compared to 2017 (272MEUR) and 222 MEUR more than 2016 (106 MEUR).

 In 2018 Bolt (Taxify) received 150 MEUR, followed by Pipedrive and Monese with 60 MUSD each.

 The average deal size in 2018 was around 11 MEUR (30 reported deals).

To request a consultation, please contact us:

Merlin Salvik
Managing Partner at Hedman Partners
merlin.salvik@hedman.ee

Merlin

Valter Võhma
Partner at Hedman Partners
valter.vohma@hedman.ee

Valter Vohma