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Boyes Turner advises Occuity on its £2 million crowdfunding round

By TBM Team
31 August 2021
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Thames Valley law firm Boyes Turner has advised medical technology startup Occuity on its crowdfunding round, with the company raising £2m already, against a £1.8m target and at a £12.9m pre-money valuation.

According to Occuity, the funds will go to the development of new optical screening and monitoring devices that aim to detect the early signs of chronic health conditions, including diabetes, by scanning the human eye.

The law firm's team of corporate specialists advising Occuity include Partner Chris Dobson, Senior Associate Sophie Payne (pictured), and Solicitor Rachael Brenchley.

Sophie Payne said: “Occuity’s technology has the potential to improve the lives of hundreds of millions of people worldwide."

About Occuity

Founded in 2019, Occuity is a UK-based medical technology company specialising in the research, design, and production of non-contacting optical instruments for healthcare diagnostics and monitoring.

About Boyes Turner

Based in Reading, Boyes Turner works with clients in the UK and around the world, including North America, Europe and the Middle East.

The firm has 22 Partners, six Legal Directors, over 50 other lawyers and totals more than 160 staff.


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