MaxOne is a tech company featuring an all-in-one sports training app for coaches and athletes. The company was founded by Jason Mejeur, a basketball coach who was inspired to develop the app after observing his athletes spending many hours a day with their eyes on their phones. The MaxOne virtual platform allows coaches to deliver customized strength and skill workouts to an athlete’s phone, tracking results and allowing athletes to post to a live leaderboard.
MaxOne came to Varnum as a startup in the MiSpringboard program in 2016. Varnum initially helped the company with organizational cleanup, assisted with several rounds of convertible notes, and converted the company from an LLC into a Delaware corporation. As the company grew, Varnum assisted them through a round of Series A financing, helped them set up an equity incentive plan and issue options. The firm has also provided intellectual property work.
The MaxOne app is being used by coaches across the country, from youth and high school sports to elite training camps. One of the investors in the Series A round included Phoenix Suns point guard Chris Paul, who uses the app in his North Carolina-based basketball training camps.
“Varnum has provided excellent legal counsel and guidance, from our early days as a startup to the more sophisticated legal counsel we require as the company grows,” said MaxOne founder and CEO Jason Mejeur. “I’m very pleased with the representation we have received through all our dealings with Varnum.”