This week sees the launch of our US Growth Workshop as Tech Nation increases the support on offer to UK tech scaleups internationalising.
Fifteen UK tech scaleups join the inaugural Tech Nation US Growth Workshop. These span across several sub-sectors of tech including, EdTech, HealthTech, FinTech and Net Zero and over 60% of the cohort are post Series A funding.
The US has been identified as one of the top target markets for international expansion by UK tech scaleups. However, international expansion – especially into a market like the US – can be very costly, both financially and on time and resource.
The brand new workshop, sponsored by Wilson Sonsini, Fragomen, and Foothold America, is a series of six sessions that will aid tech companies in de-risking and accelerating their growth and success into the US market.
These sessions, delivered by entrepreneurs and investors who have already scaled into the market and experts from Newfound Global, Exit Velocity as well as our sponsors, will include educational and practical advice on the US ecosystem, go-to-market strategies, operational considerations, talent and recruitment, business development and fundraising.
The second US Growth Workshop will run in September. To register your interest, please visit Tech Nation’s Growth Platform.
Meet the first cohort of the US Growth Workshop:
Where $85 billion worth of recyclables sent to landfill each year is due to inefficiency, Greyparrot uses AI-computer vision to digitise the waste sector, providing data analytics on 100% of waste flows in real time.
Streamlined Workplace Learning & Development Platform
Delivering more ways to show appreciation, Tillo is the rewards, incentives and gifting management platform.
Arctoris develops an automated drug discovery platform using robotics, aiming to allow automated experimentation in the academic and industrial research sectors.
MyTutor is the UK’s largest online tutoring company. They positively impact the lives of young people by making high quality tutoring available to more people.
ENSO’s mission is to develop better tyres for EVs; to reduce air and ocean pollution, help stop climate change, and accelerate the adoption of EVs and cleaner forms of mobility.
nPlan develops machine learning software designed to enable its clients to predict the outcomes of construction projects and plan them accordingly.
Macademia (formerly Azoomee) is a world leader in educational entertainment dedicated to developing the skills kids need in the 21st Century.
Classlist has developed software that allows parents with children at the same school to communicate and get in contact with each other for anything from lost-property, transportation and book exchange.
Kymira® is one of the world’s leading smart textile companies and a multi-award-winning innovator. The team strive to solve and improve large societal issues and are working in partnership with leading institutions to research cutting edge wearable technologies and e-textiles, before commercialising these and bringing revolutionary technological products to market.
Vinehealth develops a mobile app designed to enable those living with cancer to track their condition and manage their treatments.
Weavr develops software that aims to make it easier for businesses to design and build their own payment services.
Wazoku has developed web-based software that enables users, within businesses and institutions, to post ideas that can be peer-reviewed via comments and a voting system.
OilX operates an online platform that provides financial analytics on the oil industry.
The Tyre Collective
The Tyre Collective is an innovation company spearheading tyre wear capture and monitoring. Tyre wear is the second-largest microplastic pollutant in our oceans and a stealthy source of air PM pollution. We are accelerating the shift towards zero-emission mobility, safeguarding our environment and health.