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GA_P guides Rockin´s €4.5m funding round

Gómez-Acebo & Pombo has advised RockIn on a €4.5 million financing round led by Mexican fund Lottus

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Madrid-headquartered digital marketing consultancy Rockin Media SL, a start-up founded in 2017, a specialist in profitable online growth and led by Raúl Hita Ortega and Rafa Muñoz, has raised €4.5 million in a funding round led by Lottus.

The new funds will go to support the growth of Rockin, which aims to become a benchmark firm in Spain and Latin America.

“We have never really wanted investors, but with Lottus Education we have found the perfect partner. Why? Because it has been our client for 3 years. Keeping your client so happy with your work that he invests in you… is the best recommendation I have ever seen. They share our vision: turning Rockin into the best growth consultancy in the world. Internationalisation is the booster we need in Latam. It’s a time to celebrate with all those who have brought us this far,” said Raúl Hita.

Gómez-Acebo & Pombo advised Rockin with a team led by Corporate partner Álvaro Mateo, together with Corporate lawyers Clara Rivero and Mónica Ojeda.

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