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RoboBusiness, which runs Oct. 18-19 in Santa Clara, doesn’t just cater to established robotics companies. This industry event features a plethora of startups looking to make their mark on the world.
RoboBusiness provides a variety of opportunities for robotics startups to learn, network, and continue to scale their business. Here are 6 reasons why robotics startups must attend this event.
RoboBusiness partnered with MassRobotics on a startup bootcamp that covers the major stages in a startup’s formation. Topics include legal formation, stock options and patents, investment strategy, the path to manufacturing, best practices in accounting, and bringing on marketing, sales and HR experts, as well as fundraising and exits. Learn more about the boot camp by viewing the RoboBusiness agenda.
Connect with investors
Leading robotics industry investors will be at RoboBusiness to learn about the current state of robotics and share insights about how to attract funding as an early-stage robotics startup. Come rub elbows with leading venture capitalists from around the world.
The conference portion of RoboBusiness will also discuss investments. Sanjay Aggarwal, Venture Partner at F-Prime Capital, will share his perspective on the state of robotics investment. There also is a panel about the current challenges of fundraising with Tom Yeshurun, founder of Civ Robotics, Paolo Pirjanian, CEO and founder of Embodied, and Daniel Theobald, founder and chief innovation officer at Vecna Robotics.
Learn from world-class robotics clusters
MassRobotics, the Pittsburgh Robotics Network and Silicon Valley Robotics – three of the world’s leading robotics clusters – will be well represented at RoboBusiness. Connect with these industry leaders and learn about how they can help scale your robotics startup.
Explore the latest enabling technologies
More than 60 exhibitors will showcase their enabling technologies, products and services that can help you commercialize your robotics system. And RoboBusiness’ Exploiting Technologies Conference Track will provide deep dives into sensing, machine learning, motion control and the latest design and development tools.
RoboBusiness is more than just an expo floor and robotics conference – it’s a chance to meet with peers in the industry across different markets. Making connections (and deals) with the robotics community has been and will always be a large part of RoboBusiness. There will be 10-plus hours of dedicated networking hours at this year’s event, with more than 1,000 attendees from the global robotics industry.
Robotics startup competition
RoboBusiness’ Pitchfire competition gives robotics startups a few minutes each to present their ideas before being questioned by our expert panel of judges. Past participants have gone on to receive major funding and commercial success. The startups competing this year include AIVOT, Glidance, Staxel and TRIC Robotics.
If you’re a robotics startup company interested in attending this event, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about discounted passes to the show.