Juro represents legal tech in Tech Nation’s Future Fifty 2024 cohort
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Juro logoJuro, the AI-enabled end-to-end contract automation platform, has been recognized as one of the UK’s most exciting growth stage companies by the government’s Future Fifty program. Previous alumni include Skyscanner, Monzo, Deliveroo, and Zoopla.

Juro is the only legal tech company selected for the program, launched today at 10 Downing Street.


Tech Nation’s Future Fifty launched in 2014 to serve and support the UK’s most promising late-stage ventures, over the last 10 years, the growth program has supported 22% of the UK’s 138 tech unicorns (startups worth more than $1bn). 

Juro’s AI-enabled contract automation platform empowers legal and other business teams to accelerate the creation, execution, and management of contracts.   

Enabled by powerful AI, Juro helps businesses agree contracts up to 90% faster than using manual processes and gives deep insight into contracts post-signature.

Juro was founded in 2016 by former Freshfields lawyer Richard Mabey and Pavel Kovalevich. Juro is headquartered in London, has customers in more than 80 countries and has processed over 1 million contracts for customers like Trustpilot, Deliveroo, AJ Bell and WeWork.

Richard Mabey, CEO of Juro, said: “We’re thrilled to represent legal technology in this year's Future Fifty cohort. The UK legal services industry is worth over £44 billion to the UK economy and remains a global hub for legal services innovation - something we are proud to be part of. We’re excited for the opportunity to collaborate and share knowledge with other companies at the forefront of the technology sector.”


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