SparkCharge’s $23 Million Series A Funding

Foley Hoag advised SparkCharge on the deal.

SparkCharge, the world’s first mobile EV charging network, announced a $23 million Series A funding co-led by Tale Venture Partners and Pendulum. SparkCharge has also received additional investments from a diverse group, including Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, the Mark Cuban Companies, and Silicon Valley Bank. The funds will be used to scale Currently, the world’s first mobile and intelligent EV charging network in the U.S.

Foley Hoag attorneys Mark Barnett (Picture), Max Tenney and Erin Callahan represented SparkCharge in the funding round.

Involved fees earner: Mark Barnett – Foley Hoag LLP; Erin Callahan – Foley Hoag LLP; Maxwell Tenney – Foley Hoag LLP;

Law Firms: Foley Hoag LLP;

Clients: SparkCharge;

Martina Bellini

Author: Martina Bellini