Goodwin Procter advised Octopus Ventures on the deal.
Octopus Ventures completed its lead investment into Lvndr (previously Troglo), a mobile-first digital clinic designed for LGBTQ & individuals, as part of its £1.5 million seed financing round. Lvndr will partner with local authorities around the UK which already work on sexual health to help them improve their offering for LGBTQ & people. The financing also saw participation from Calm Storm Ventures, Soho Ventures and several angel investors.
Octopus Ventures is one of Europe’s largest and most active venture capital firms investing in startups in the areas of health, money, deep tech, and consumer.
Lvndr is redesigning sexual and reproductive healthcare services through a mobile-first digital clinic designed for LGBTQIA & individuals. Lvndr provides users with tailored monitoring tools and sexual health resources.
The Goodwin team was led by Ali Ramadan (Picture), Gretchen Scott, Ella Donegan, Abdul Khan and Fergus Plant.
Law Firms: Goodwin Procter;
Clients: Octopus Ventures Ltd;