StructureFlow has opened the company’s first international office outside of the UK, in Singapore. After keeping a low public profile since winning Slaughter and May’s ‘Collaborate’ legal tech programme last year, the company has decided that now is the right time to expand internationally, despite the current global lockdown.
“I set up StructureFlow two years ago, and until now we have been operating under the radar. With a need for professional services firms and their clients to work together securely and in a remote capacity, we feel our software is well placed to help at a global level. In light of the challenges of CoVID-19, we expect structuring and restructuring work to be important in the coming months. Many firms across the world are already pivoting business models and building teams to support this increased demand. Combined with the challenges of remote working, there is a heightened need for new technologies to support this transition.”Tim Follett, Founder and CEO at StructureFlow
The company’s Singapore office will be led by Alex Baker, Chief Revenue Officer.
“Many of our customers in the UK have a presence in Singapore, Australia and across other Asian markets. This expansion will enable us to better support our customers internationally and cater to those headquartered in this region.”Alex Baker, Chief Revenue Officer at StructureFlow
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