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LetsLaw, Zurbarán advise on DudyFit´s €2.5m Series A financing round

LetsLaw has advised DudyFit on the closing of Series A financing round for a value of €2.5 million, led by JME Ventures and Athos Capital that were assisted by Zurbarán Abogados

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The Spanish startup has closed its third round of investment to continue its international expansion and maintain its leading position in the sector of apps for fitness and health professionals in the Spanish market. Dudyfit has raised two million euros from funds such as JME Ventures, Athos Capital, and Enzo Ventures, among others.

This round is in addition to the two previously made by the company. Dudyfit was founded in February 2020 and that same year raised the first injection of €170,000. Subsequently, in April 2021, the startup closed a second round worth €700,000 from JME Ventures, as the lead investor, and other business angels.

LetsLaw’s team was led by partner José María Baños and lawyer head of Corporate Law Carlos Vivar Simón.

Zurbarán Abogados assisted JME Ventures and co-counselled Athos Capital with a team led by partner Ricardo Torres and lawyer Ana Barroso.

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