Collaborative Robotics Stock / RoboticsFounded: 2022

Collaborative Robotics, also known as Cobot, is a company with a mission to develop practical collaborative robotic technology designed to redefine the ways humans interact with robotic devices. Cobot specializes in creating robots to work alongside humans with the goal of enhancing efficiency, safety, and return on investment across various industries. Cobot’s robotics are differentiated from other robotics because they have a mission to prioritize human problem-solving while offering a broad range of utilities that aim to increase affordability. Cobot was founded by Brad Porter in 2022 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, CA.

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Management Team

Brad Porter
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Jess Clarke
Head of Pilot Programs
John Lee
Head of Design
Jane Mooney
Vice President of Strategy and Finance
Jon Battles
Vice President of Technology Strategy
Sid Gupta
Head of Hardware and Integration

Board Members

Alfred Lin
Sequoia Capital
Paul Kwan
General Catalyst

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News Highlights

Collaborative Robotics Enroute To Unicorn Status With $100 Million Financing
Brad Porter, CEO of Collaborative Robotics “Cobot,” announced today a $100 million, Series B Funding led by General Catalyst and joined by Bison Ventures, Industry Ventures, and Lux Capital. Existing investors include Sequoia Capital, Khosla Ventures, Mayo Clinic, Neo, 1984 Ventures, MVP Ventures, and Calibrate Ventures, bringing the total funding raised to over $140 million in less than two years.
Updated on: May 25, 2024


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