Aceleron has been featured in UKTN’s post about 2021's Top 10 successful tech start-ups based in West Midlands.
Aceleron's co-founders Amrit Chandan & Carlton Cummins
A prime highlight for Aceleron was being featured in UKTN’s post about ‘West Midlands treasures: 10 tech start-ups sparkling success in 2021’. On February 1st 2021, we were listed alongside reputable names in the Tech world such as, GymShark and Clarilis, as the most successful tech start-up companies in the West Midlands, as of 2021!
The feature conveys how we are utilising our core £2M investment towards “scaling the production” of our “unique circular economy battery technology and expanding its reach across global markets including the UK, Europe, Africa and America.”
UKTN, home of UK Tech shared specific data sourced by Tech Nation, informing the UK that West Midland based tech companies “raised three times more funds in 2020 than the £132M funding in 2019”. The analysis also enumerates that 14% of Birmingham vacancies were accounted to be positions in the Tech industry, “thereby making it the fastest-growing sector in the city.”
A very promising start for the first quarter of the year and we can only become more grateful as we accelerate onwards to fill the world with clean energy!
Read More about UKTN’s post here: https://www.uktech.news/news/west-midlands-tech-companies-20210201
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