Anyline’s $20 Million Series A Financing Round

Herbst Kinsky advised Senovo and Project A on the deal. Brandl Talos advised Anyline GmbH, and Schoenherr advised Digital+ Partners.

Berlin-based VC firm Project A and Munich-based Senovo Capital on the USD 20 million financing round of Anyline. Other investors included neo investor Digital+ Partners and existing investors PUSH Ventures and Hansi Hansmann.

Founded in 2013 in Vienna, Anyline has established itself as a market leader in the field of mobile text recognition. Using the latest and most innovative approaches in artificial intelligence, Anyline enables any mobile device to process written characters in real time, even when offline. Not only is it more accurate than manual data entry, it also works 20 times faster. Anyline is now one of the global market leaders in mobile data capture with its optical character recognition technology.

The Herbst Kinsky transaction team was led by Philipp Kinsky (Picture) with support from Carl Walderdorff and Philipp Herold.

The Brandl Talos team was led by Roman Rericha, and included Senior Associate Adrian Zuschmann and Associate Elena Ciresa.

Schoenherr’s team included Partner Thomas Kulnigg, Attorney Clemens Gaugusch, and Associate Dominik Tyrybon.

Involved fees earner: Elena Ciresa – Brandl & Talos; Roman Rericha – Brandl & Talos; Adrian Zuschmann – Brandl & Talos; Philipp Herold – Herbst Kinsky; Philipp Kinsky – Herbst Kinsky; Carl Walderdorff – Herbst Kinsky; Clemens Gaugusch – Schoenherr; Thomas Kulnigg – Schoenherr; Dominik Tyrybon – Schoenherr;

Law Firms: Brandl & Talos; Herbst Kinsky; Schoenherr;

Clients: Anyline; Digital+ Partners; Project A Ventures GmbH & Co. KG; Senovo;

Author: Federica Tiefenthaler