TGS Baltic continues providing a full scope of legal assistance to Overkill Ventures startup portfolio

21.01.2020 TGS Baltic continues providing a full scope of legal assistance to Overkill Ventures startup portfolio

TGS Baltic continues providing a full scope of assistance to startup founders. At the beginning of a new batch, workshops on Latvian legislation are held, providing the teams with guidelines on starting up their business.

We are proud to inform you about our continued cooperation with Overkill Ventures.

Overkill is an angel fund, investing in early-stage B2B software startups across the CEE and Nordics.

Overkill provides startups with investment up to EUR 220K, coaching and access to a network of founders and investors who then help startups get the product-market fit.

Overkill runs 2 batches of startups annually, with 7 – 10 startups per batch.

Two main elements they seek in startups:

  • A technological innovation that cannot be easily replicated;
  • The product targets a rapidly growing market.

TGS Baltic continues providing a full scope of assistance to startup founders. At the beginning of a new batch, workshops on Latvian legislation are held, providing the teams with guidelines on starting up their business.

TGS Baltic colleagues come together from different industry groups to help them run their business in the most efficient way possible. TGS Baltic team makes sure that every startup has an understanding of the legal documentation that is going to be essential for the company’s operations, growing from a startup to a fully-fledged company. This way, helping to ensure smooth and efficient management of the business entity. Our legal advice given to startups helps them track their results and attract investors later on.

TGS Baltic partner Inese Hazenfusa together with senior lawyer Alise Eljašāne and lawyers Kaspars Treilibs, Mārtiņš Galzons, Reinis Grunte advises startups on Latvian legal regulations, helps them establish local entities, and continues guiding them through the legal processes in Latvia.

 

For more information visit Overkill’s webpage: www.overkill.vc