BMH BRÄUTIGAM advises Earlybird on € 4.5 million financing round of thingsTHINKING

BMH BRÄUTIGAM has advised Earlybird Venture Capital on the €4.5 million seed financing round of the Karlsruhe-based deeptech startup thingsTHINKING.

The financing round is led by the venture capital investor Earlybird, who focuses on technology companies in Europe. In addition to Earlybird, various well-known business angels are also investing.
thingsTHINKING was founded in 2017 by Sven Körner, Mathias Landhäußer, Georg Müller and Abdelmalik El Guesaoui as a spin-off of the renowned Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. With semantha®, the team has developed the fastest and most advanced semantic platform, taking text processing to a new level - with multimodal processing and without the usual training usually required for AI applications. semantha® works out-of-the-box, speaks more than 100 languages and can be guided with just a few examples.
With the fresh capital, the company will further develop the software and extend its technological lead.

BMH BRÄUTIGAM continuously advises Earlybird on investments (most recently on its investment in the Berlin-based logistics start-up Hive as well as, inter alia, in the context of the Series D financing round of Unicorn sennder and the previous merger with Everoad) and was able to further strengthen and expand the client relationship.

Bastian Reinschmidt, Dr. Raoul Moritz Nissen, Daniel Schlichting, Jonas Kiehne (all Venture Capital)