Funding

How I Raised It with Charlie Connor of Heretik

February 2018 – This episode of How I Raised It features Charlie Connor of Heretik, a SaaS-based contract review platform located in Chicago and funded by Chicago Ventures, Corazon Capital, and Relativity. Charlie discusses the Chicago startup scene and taking strategic capital.

Legal-software startup raises $2.4 million

December 2017 – The funding was led by Sam Yagan's Corazon Capital and included existing investors Chicago Ventures and Relativity. Heretik CEO Charlie Connor and one of his co-founders, David Barnes, previously worked at Chicago-based Relativity, formerly called kCura.

Chicago Tech Raised $113M in December

December 2017 – Chicago-area tech and startup companies received at least $113 million in venture capital funding in December as the year comes to a close. It’s a dip from November, when Chicago tech raised more than $184 million. But it’s still a strong finish to a year full of major investments.

Heretik scoops up $2.4M for data-driven document review software

December 2017 – Heretik, a Chicago startup specializing in contract review software, announced on Tuesday that it has raised a $2.4 million seed round. Corazon Capital led the round, which also saw participation from Chicago Ventures and Relativity — a legal software provider and one of Chicago’s biggest tech employers.

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