A Glasgow-based company has made it onto a list of the world’s most innovative tech start-ups.
Spacetech company Spelfie.com, which captures satellite images of music festivals, sporting and large cultural events from space, was the only Scottish business to feature on this year’s TechRound100, ranking at 17th overall on the list.
Many notable businesses have previously been finalists on the list, including TikTok, Monzo and Revolut. This year’s top ranking companies includes Zoom, HouseParty and Peloton.
Spelfie allows users and companies to utilise shareable personalised, experiential, organic and branded content creating an effective event activation marketing tool, increasing sponsors ROI whilst creating visible-from-space branding opportunities.
Commenting on the company following their inclusion, TechRound co-founders Daniel Tannenbaum and David Soffer commented: “Spelfie is a superb company with a really great vision. The idea of the TechRound100 is not just tofind businesses and startups with the most funding or the largest number of staff, but to find companies that are innovating and doing truly unique things to help the UK startup sector. Spelfie does just that.”