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FT Intelligent Business names Juro in global contracting top-ten

Juro was recognised by the Financial Times Intelligent Business Awards for innovation in contracting, joining Deloitte, Thomson Reuters and the IACCM

The FT Intelligent Business Awards have listed Juro in their top ten contract automation providers. The panel selected partnerships that combine the use of data and technology in business operations.

A panel of judges from the FT, CLOC, Ashurst, Pinsent Masons and Orrick and RSG commended Juro for its contracting work with translation provider Unbabel, alongside global enterprises like Deloitte, Thomson Reuters and the IACCM.

CEO and co-founder Richard Mabey was also recognised as one of the top ten legal business technologists globally, in a list of those individuals who tackle operational challenges at the technology and data intersection. The Financial Times credited Richard’s work towards creating a visual privacy policy, stating that he “has championed privacy by design.”

CEO Richard Mabey said: “To be recognized alongside established global giants is a great recognition of our team’s hard work and vision. I’m grateful to FT Intelligent Business for taking the time to explore the results we achieve for our customers as we strive to make legal more human.”

The award ceremony took place on 22nd October in San Francisco, US. Explore the report in full on the Financial Times’s site.


About Juro

Juro is an end-to-end contract management platform founded in 2016 by Richard Mabey and Pavel Kovalevich, with customers that include Datadog, Deliveroo and Skyscanner. Juro has raised almost $3m in funding from the likes of Point Nine Capital, Seedcamp, the founders of TransferWise, Indeed and Gumtree, as well as the General Counsel of Zoopla. Juro is headquartered in London, with an office in Riga, Latvia.


Tom Bangay

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