C கோrdoba was one of the 10 finalists in the Startup Willow Scale-up UK 2021 project, which has attracted technology-based companies from South America to grow in Europe, especially in the United Kingdom.
In the first phase, a report called “Scale Up UK Lookbook” was developed, which included 50 levels of ups – SMEs with internationalization capability and operating in at least two countries – from Argentina, Chile and Uruguay.
Of this group, 19 were from Argentina and 10 were selected to participate in the Scale Up UK Pitch Day, which is the final phase of the project launched by the British government, Vera, Movister’s Innovation Center and Venture Capital Investment Fund.
In this final segment, which will take place in March, there will be only two selected startups, according to Cordovan Accelerator Index, which is one of the venture investment efforts.
In this framework, they should present their expansion plans and reasons for considering the UK as the best market.
Founded by Willop Thomas Achval (34), Javier Roberts (27) and Emerick Uriel (34). The company developed a virtual platform for monitoring the power of antennas without the need to use hardware.
This cloud operating system displays data from the network in real time and integrates all devices from different providers. The application predicts events, automates alternative solutions and helps to create personalized offers for each customer.
“When we were announced as finalists it was a huge boost for the whole team. Selected by the UK International Trade Agency and the wire we had already been working on for a while was a little ego booster,” explained Vilapin CFO Uriel.
Meanwhile, the company is making progress in other regional markets. These days, he is in “advanced negotiations” with potential clients in Latin America, while launching joint ventures with a Norwegian company in Africa, Southeast Asia and Oceania, the manager said.
Among the ten selected entrepreneurs are Argentina Abduko (development of a new text editor), CameonOP (developed reality and mixed reality), egg education (learning experiences) and Yuli drones (use or control of these units for maintenance, monitoring, assistance).