KHQ Lawyers acts in acquisition of Melbourne travel-technology business

The firm worked with a top firm to complete the cross-border deal

KHQ Lawyers acts in acquisition of Melbourne travel-technology business

KHQ Lawyers acted in the sale of a Melbourne-based travel-technology business to a European company.

Rome2rio, which the boutique firm advised, was sold to Omio for an undisclosed amount. The sale, which closed at the end of last month, comes as the Berlin-based unicorn embarks on the next phase of its expansion.

Founded by Michael Cameron and Bernie Tschirren, Rome2rio specialises in multi-modal travel search, which complements Omio’s expertise in ticketing.

The KHQ team included director Andrew Walker, special counsel Kate Landells, senior associate Koula Politis, and lawyer Darrell Choong.

KHQ said it world with Adventum Legal to advise Rome2rio. The Adventum Legal team included Darren Sommers.

Corrs Chambers Westgarth advised Omio.

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