Alcre is the shareholder of inter alia Lenco Zonwering B.V. and of Verano B.V. The activities of these companies overlapped and the opportunity arose to sell the more enduser (consumer) related activities to Next LP B.V. LXA advised Alcre on this transaction.
Welly is a company that develops, and markets a mobile application for the purpose of employee and consumer wellbeing with focus on body, mind and food. It has received an investment from Blue Sparrows Medtech Finance B.V. and Noaber Ventures B.V., who are willing to participate in the growth ambitions of Welly. LXA assisted as advisor to Welly.
Our client was demanded to cease the use of its company name (tradename) subject to alleged tradename rights and trademarks of another company. This could have a major impact on the business of our client. The claimant started legal proceedings against our client. The court ruled in favour of our client and rejected all claims of the claimant. The court even awarded our counterclaim as a result whereof a trademark was revoked.
HealthInc is a 12-week accelerator program that connects startups to a network of healthcare and business professionals to support them on their innovation journey. Our work consist of onboarding 8 Health startups with global reach, and overseeing the legal side of their participation in the program.
VC specialists Antony Jonkman, Marnix Geraerts and Jeroen Vollebergh have advised a venture with a strong focus on the development of AI solutions in obtaining a seed investment of an aggregated amount of EUR 1 million from multiple international VC’s, accelerators and private investors for the development of its first concrete and marketable products.
Collider is an accelerator in marketing, commerce and adtech. LXA has successfully assisted Collider with the onboarding of their 2019 cohort, consisting of the startups Green Story, Scircula, Survey54, Eligo.live and Soulskill.
Red Kubes, a company that provides a turn-key, out of the box Kubernetes-based container platform solution received seed investment of 1.45M USD from venture capital firm Capital Mills. LXA acted as advisor of Capital Mills.
LXA supported the shareholders of Gustav Gym in the transfer of both Gustav Gym locations to the Urban Gym Group.
LXA advised Heidelberger Druchkmaschinen AG in the sale of its Coatings division (worldwide) to ICP Group (USA).
This divestment is part of the policy of Heidelberger to focus on its core activities, and to readjust its portfolio. The divestment was led by the German based law firm Ritterhaus.
For Holland Startup, LXA successfully made various startups (such as Bittiq and Neurolytics) investment ready.