B2RLaw advises VC fund Meta Ventures on investment received by portfolio company Car Scanner
B2RLaw has advised Meta Ventures on portfolio company Car Scanner’s USD 2 million investment round.
Meta Ventures, an early-stage venture capital company established in 2004 that manages several funds in various parts of Italy, Slovenia and Poland, has supported Car Scanner since 2017.
Car Scanner is the first company in the world to develop an AI and robotic-based car condition tester. Its technology allows for the inspection of vehicles (e.g. through the detection of scratches, dents and paint repairs) and is aimed at the car dealership and online auction market. The USD 2 million investment round was led by ffVC Tech & Gaming, with the participation of FundingBox Deep Tech Fund, Pomerangels and Techstars, and enables Car Scanner to further develop its technology and enter the North American automotive market.
B2RLaw Partner George Havaris, Counsel Paulina Wyrostek and Associate Julia Pycka advised.
George Havaris advises, “We thank Meta Ventures for turning to us on this transaction. We congratulate the teams at Car Scanner and Meta Ventures. This investment round proves that Meta Ventures’ support to the fantastic automotive solution that Car Scanner provides, and dating as far back as 2017, was an excellent find and decision”.
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