How to use grants and partnerships to fund early stage robotic startups

Attabotics provides warehouses with a novel robotic solution that is reinventing supply chain management. The company has attracted investment from a wide range of investors, including Gordon Food Service, the Ontario Teachers’ Pension fund, and traditional firms like Coatue Management and Forerunner Ventures. Hear from Scott Gravelle, founder and CEO at Attabotics, about how the company used grants to fund its development, and what Eurie Kim, general partner at Forerunner Ventures, saw in the company that led to an early VC investment round.

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