Silicon Republic Covers Invert Relocation to Dublin

In a recent article, Silicon Republic covers Finistere portfolio company’s move to Dublin.

Robotic inspection company Invert Robotics has chosen Dublin for its new global headquarters. The company, founded in New Zealand, will create an R&D team in Ireland and hire 25 new staff over the next three years.

The announcement comes after the company recently secured €3.5m in funding to drive its European and North American growth. The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) is an indirect investor in Invert Robotics through its investment in Finistere Ventures, which is a backer of the robotics company.

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