Mandate Vinge advises Qwaya AB in connection with capital raising

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Vinge has advised Qwaya, a former subsidiary of Keybroker Group, in connection with a capital raising pursuant to which the shares in Qwaya were distributed to the shareholders of Keybroker Group whereafter the shareholders together with Industrifonden and Zobito invested SEK 20 million in the company. Qwaya develops cloud-based tools for advertising on Facebook and other forms of social media. The company has grown exponentially and currently has a worldwide customer base. The capital will be used for further international expansion.

Vinge’s team consisted of partner Johan Winnerblad together with, among others, associate Karl Hahtovirta.

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