06 April

Startup Sweden Boot Camp

Startup-Sweden is a Boot camp arranged by the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth (Sw. Tillväxtverket) addressed to Sweden’s most promising digital startups across all industries, offering ten companies the opportunity to work on their business development skills and get tailored business and legal coaching as well as unique access to the Stockholm startup-community and network. For five days, the selected companies will camp out in central Stockholm and on April 6th Synch will, as proud main legal partner, arrange a whole day of hands-on legal seminars, workshops and QA sessions on legal issues of particular importance for startups.

News and Insights
Press release

SYNCH ASSISTING BALDERTON CAPITAL WITH INVESTING IN LABSTER

September 20, 2017

Synch has acted as legal counsel in connection with Balderton’s series A investment in the Danish award winning ed tech company Labster.

News

SYNCH REPRESENTED AT TECHBBQ

September 19, 2017

The annual TechBBQ took place in Copenhagen on the 5th and 6th of September 2017 in Øksnehallen, Copenhagen. Synch, which recently opened a department in Copenhagen, attended with lawyers from both Stockholm and Copenhagen.

News

SYNCH SPEAKS ON THE NATO CONFERENCE CONCERNING CYBER SECURITY

September 14, 2017

On the 21-22 September 2017, the 2nd NMIOTC Cyber Security Conference will be held at the NATO training centre in Crete, Greece.

News

Unique concepts require unique people – New Digital Director at Synch, Copenhagen

September 12, 2017

Anders Holm-Jensen is both a lawyer and developer and he is passionate about technology, innovation and entrepreneurship.

Press release

SYNCH HAS ACTED AS LEGAL ADVISOR TO ZNIPE IN NEW FUNDRAISING

September 12, 2017

Znipe is an esports streaming platform that is focused on changing how fans follow and watch esports.

News

Synch’s Sara Sparring was appointed member of the Swedish Anti-Counterfeiting Group (SACG) new board of directors

September 11, 2017

The SACG counts as members close to 50 Swedish and foreign companies, as well as a number of individuals.