ZEGAL has opened an office in Manchester, led by co-founder Chris Sykes
Hong Kong-based legaltech startup Dragon Law today announced that it has rebranded into ZEGAL.
The announcement was made following the launch of its services in the UK, marking the startup’s first entry to the European market.
ZEGAL has opened an office in Manchester, led by its co-founder Chris Sykes.
“Zegal comes from a combination of zero and legal. It was borne out of the notion that as a company, we have successfully taken Legal Tech from zero to one. It also represents our approach of not being tied to the status quo,” the company wrote in a press statement.
Apart from introducing new website domain, ZEGAL is also set to launch a new logo and business updates “in the coming months.”
The new brand identity will also be implemented into the startup’s flagship legaltech conference DragonCon, which will now be known as DragonCon by ZEGAL.
Founded in 2013, ZEGAL offers started out as a document builder platform that allows users to create, e-sign, manage, and store business documents online. Today its services also include a dedicated law firm and a white-label product for law firms.
It has also recently appointed artificial intelligence expert Antoine Blondeau as chairman.
Run by a team of “more than” 60 members, ZEGAL services are now available in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and the UK. It claimed to have secured 20,000 small businesses as users.
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