Collyer Law advised Luxxotica, a leader in premium eyewear and owner of world renowned brands (e.g., Rayban and Oakley) operating as a wholesaler, distributor and a retailer, on a potential termination of an employee contract in Singapore including a settlement agreement.
Collyer Law advised Traveazy, a traveltech company operating an online portal named HolidayMe for customising international holidays, on an acquisition of a Malaysian traveltech company called Tripfez. The consolidation was part of a further investment round led by Gobi Ventures, an investor in both companies, and the combined business would access new markets in Asia for halal-compliant travel and experiences.
We are proud to announce that Collyer Law was a finalist at the inaugural Asian Legal Business “India Law Awards 2019” held in Mumbai. We were a finalist in the category of “India Practice, Asian Law Firm of the Year”. The recognition was much valued as only 4 Singapore law firms were shortlisted as a finalist, all of the other law firms being large and established law firms founded in 1889, 1976 and 1918, respectively!
Collyer Law advised Traveazy, a traveltech company operating an online portal named HolidayMe for customising international holidays, on a Series C investment Round into its Singapore holding company. The investment round was led by Gobi Ventures, a home-grown Chinese venture capital fund that invests in early-to-late stage technology and digital media investments in Asia.