Osborne Clarke has advised Tane Fund on investment in the Swedish company DREM.
DREM is a Sweden-based marketplace that connects homeowners with selected, certified installers and hardware manufacturers to simplify heat pump installation. DREM's platform enables a seamless buying process by matching homeowners with qualified local installers. Installers receive centralized lead generation and easy hardware procurement via direct marketplace integrations with manufacturers.
Tane Fund is the 10th fund and the first impact fund in the Redstone family of funds. It was created to support entrepreneurs with the ambition to make the built environment a better place, from decarbonizing the sector to facilitating access to the opaque asset class. Tane Fund invests in early-stage European tech companies that solve the biggest shortcomings of the industry within environmental, social and governance (ESG) sectors. Over the past years, Redstone has built an exceptional track record combining its proprietary data platform with deep industry expertise across its funds.
The Osborne Clarke team consisted of Maximilian Vocke, Joanna Chudzinski and Henrik Bergström (all Corporate / Venture Capital).