Thames Valley law firm Boyes Turner has advised on a multimillion-pound investment deal which will help to drive growth at an innovative veterinary business.
The multidisciplinary team from Boyes Turner acted for Mobeus on its £4 million investment in Pets’ Kitchen. The investment will be used to fund the roll out of Vet’s Klinic, state of the art veterinary centres.
Vet’s Klinic aims to provide a new kind of veterinary practice, with an emphasis on being open, transparent and affordable. Innovations include its glass-fronted prep room where owners can watch the veterinary team caring for their pets, and an online system that allows owners to book appointments and view their pet’s medical records. Vet’s Klinic’s first centre opened in Swindon in 2012, and the company will use the funds to roll out four more 'Super Klinics' along the M4 corridor.
Kate Eavis (pictured), who heads up the corporate team at Boyes Turner, led the team supported by corporate solicitor Rachael Brenchley, property expert Phil Jacques, commercial/IP lawyer Calum Parfitt and employment specialists Andy Whiteaker and Jemille Gibson.
Boyes Turner has previously advised Mobeus on investments into Muller EV and Arrk Solutions.
About Boyes Turner
Based in Reading, in the heart of the UK's 'silicon valley', Boyes Turner is one of the UK’s leading regional law firms.
Working with clients in the UK and around the world, including North America, Europe and the Middle East, the firm has additional expertise in the leisure and hospitality and development and housebuilding sectors, as well as strong employment and dispute resolution teams, which have equally strong reputations.
With 22 Partners, six legal directors, over 50 other lawyers and totalling more than 160 staff, the firm is ranked by both Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession and The Legal 500 as one of the UK’s leading regional law firms and a "regional heavyweight". Over two thirds of its partners are rated as leaders in their fields by the legal directories.