Hamilton Locke advises Love to Dream on investment by Quadrant Growth Fund

Hamilton Locke acted for the founders of Love To Dream (Hana-Lia and Gavin Krawchuk) on Quadrant Growth Fund’s investment into their business. Founded in 2009, Love To Dream is an award winning, innovation-driven Australian success story with its unique ‘arms-up’ swaddle range and Newborn to Toddler Sleep System. Currently sold in over 40 countries, Love To Dream products are designed to help babies achieve better, longer and safer sleep, from day one.


The team at Hamilton Locke was led by partner Gordon McCann and assisted by senior associate Dominik Kleemann and lawyer Sahar Rostabeik. Love To Dream was also advised by Novo Capital, Deloitte and KPMG Tax.


Commenting on the transaction, Gordon McCann said: “It was a pleasure to assist Hana and Gavin on their future partnership with Quadrant. They have built a truly iconic business, with an impressive consumer brand and global presence. We wish them every success as the business enters into the next exciting stage of its development”.


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