Osborne Clarke advised Sequoia Capital and firstminute capital on the Series A financing round of Berlin based start-up n8n GmbH. Taylor Wessing advised Felicis Ventures.
Just a year after the initial funding, approx. EUR 10 million now flow into the software company. VC partner Rouven Siegemund and his team had already advised the investors on the seed investment last year.
In addition to Sequoia Capital and firstminute capital, US venture capitalist Felicis Ventures (lead) and the Californian early-stage VC Harpoon Ventures took part in the Series A round.
Sequoia Capital is one of the world’s best-known and most important venture capital funds from Menlo Park, California.
firstminute capital is a European seed fund based in London that invests mainly in early-stage European technology companies.
n8n is a free and open node-based workflow automation tool. It can be self-hosted, easily extended and used with third-party web applications or custom in-house tools to automate repetitive tasks.
The Osborne Clarke team consisted of Rouven Siegemund (Picture – lead, Corporate / VC) and Nicole Preuß (Corporate / VC).
The Taylor Wessing team included Dr. Norman Röchert, Dr. Gregor Schmid, Volker Herrmann, Nico Jänicke, Dr. André Lippert, Eva Surowiecki, Matthias Swiderski, Luka Julian Stadler, Dr. Christian Ahrendt and Felix Paul.
Involved fees earner: Nicole Preuss – Osborne Clarke; Rouven Siegemund – Osborne Clarke; Christian Ahrendt – Taylor Wessing; Volker Herrmann – Taylor Wessing; Nico Jänicke – Taylor Wessing; Luka Julian Stadler – Taylor Wessing; André Lippert – Taylor Wessing; Felix Paul – Taylor Wessing; Norman Röchert – Taylor Wessing; Gregor Schmid – Taylor Wessing; Eva Surowiecki – Taylor Wessing; Matthias Swiderski – Taylor Wessing;