Shepherd and Wedderburn has advised Changingday on the deal.Changingday, the Glasgow start-up creating virtual reality games for autistic people, as the business secured more than £670,000 to develop and launch its products.
Changingday has secured equity investment from Scottish Enterprise, alongside a number of private investors, and a Scottish Enterprise grant, to fund its development of gaming software designed to help people on the autism spectrum cope with everyday situations.
The six-figure funding boost has already supported Changingday’s early growth, with the business now employing seven staff and recently taking office premises on Gordon Street, Glasgow. It will also contribute to the testing and development of Changingday’s first game.
Deborah Allan (Picture), a solicitor in Shepherd and Wedderburn’s corporate finance team, advised on the deal.
Involved fees earner: Deborah Allan – Shepherd and Wedderburn; Law Firms: Shepherd and Wedderburn; Clients: Changingday;