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Legaltech app Kliently selected for Time to Raise startup programme

Legaltech app Kliently is one of ten Nordic startups selected for Time to Raise’s startup accelerator.

For eight weeks, the founders will be supported in raising money for their startups.

Legaltech app Kliently, which offers legal advice via video calls, has been accepted to Time to Raise’s startup accelerator programme. Over eight weeks, ten promising, female-led startups from the Nordics will participate in the accelerator programme where the founders will be guided in fundraising and helped to connect with investors to maximise their chances of raising capital for their startups.

Nadja Hatem, CEO of Kliently.

– We are very excited that Kliently is one of the companies selected by Time to Raise and are looking forward to a packed programme where we will make important contacts and sharpen our skills for investment rounds ahead, says Nadja Hatem, CEO of Kliently.

Applications for Time to Raise’s Startup programme opened in March this year. Out of 150 applicants, ten Nordic startups led by women have now been selected to participate in the eight-week programme, which focuses on raising investment.

In addition to Kliently, Every, Dora, Nudgd, Boksnok, Imagilabs, Navari Surgical, Stack by me, Bumpy and Every other week are participating.

More about Time to Raise

The programme has been created together with some well-established VC firms and legal partners in the Nordics, Luminar Ventures, Northzone, Icebreaker.vc, Zenith Group, Haflo, PreSeed Ventures, DLA Piper, VNTRS, Dreamcraft Ventures, VEQ, Inventure and SEB (Venture Capital). This spring’s initiative follows the great success of the first programme, which took place in the autumn of 2021.

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