StructureFlow has joined a select group of eight companies in attending a new trade mission to Singapore for legal tech startups, organised by the UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT).
This was the first-ever legal tech trade mission to Singapore, which has become a rising legal tech hub in South East Asia.
As a result of several large UK law firms operating in Singapore, there has been an uptake in legal innovation initiatives across the city.
The mission was intended to coincide with the Singapore Week of Innovation & TeCHnology (SWITCH), Asia’s leading technology and innovation festival. In fact, SWITCH is a one-stop platform where innovation meets enterprise, bringing together global startups, corporates, investors and ecosystem players.
The mission also coincided with the Singapore FinTech Festival, which is the largest financial technology event in the world. In addition, the festival provides a platform for FinTech startups, investors, financial institutions and research institutes to connect and collaborate together.
“Here at StructureFlow, we firmly believe legal tech knows no borders. It’s exciting to see the legal sector increasingly embrace new technology. And so, this trade mission was the perfect opportunity for us to engage with the local legal community.
We’re pleased to have been able to meet and network with leaders and decision-makers from law firms across Singapore. Because of the growing local demand for more visual and user-centred means of delivering legal and financial information, we’re sure we’ll be back in the near future.”Tim Follett, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at StructureFlow
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