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Brisbane startup Lawcadia closes $500,000 seed round to fuel expansion plans

By Administrator | 19 July 2016

"A Brisbane-based startup aiming to bring transparency to the legal procurement process through technology has secured $500,000 in seed funding. Lawcadia, which launched in February, offers a platform for businesses and government to find, engage and manage outsourced legal counsel. The seed funding comes from Queensland-based angel investment team ACAC Innovation, and Lawcadia founder and CEO Warwick Walsh says the process was surprisingly smooth.

“We managed to execute it quite quickly,” Walsh tells StartupSmart. “We decided to raise money at the end of March and had a pretty aggressive target close date of June 30, and we managed to hit that.” Read more

Denham Sadler StartupSmart 15 July 2016


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