Daisee wins Tech Rocketship Award following address at Tech23
Daisee is venturing across the pond to meet with UK business leaders and venture capitalists, being granted the inaugural Australian ‘Tech Rocketship’ startup award.
The win comes off the back of daisee co-founder and CEO Richard Kimber delivering an address at Tech23, in which he discussed the potential of AI in enterprise, specifically in the areas of compliance and regulation, showcasing daisee’s AI-driven speech analytics software, Lisa.
This is the first time that the UK’s ‘Tech Rocketship’ startup awards have come to Australia, reflecting the growing potential for innovation down under. The competition is held in conjunction with the UK’s Department for International Trade and the Australian British Chamber of Commerce, and this year are focused on nurturing and scaling Aussie and Kiwi startups.
For five years, the awards have sought out the best startups around the world and taken them back to the UK to connect with business partners, investment opportunities and a new market.
The award is a win-win, helping startups expand internationally and enriching the UK tech ecosystem with new insight and innovation. The categories cover a broad spectrum of technologies, including digital security; artificial intelligence and data; the future of mobility; and connecting consumers and creativity.
The achievement highlights daisee’s strength in both the Australian and International market, and is a brilliant opportunity to share pioneering software such as Lisa with the UK business landscape.