Dynamon takes to the stage in the middle east

Dr Angus Webb, founder of Catalyst Centre start-up Dynamon, is off to Dubai next week to take part in a leading telematics conference.

Telematics Conference Middle East and Africa brings together over 150 key stakeholders, experts and R&D companies in the field of telematics, logistics and transport, which makes it a perfect place for Angus to network.

He is particularly excited to be pitching at the Telematics Start-up event, a competition for young businesses looking for investment and partnership opportunities. Angus will pitch to an audience of investors and industry leaders the benefits of Dynamon’s cutting edge software which is designed to help logistics companies to save money by saving fuel.

Angus commented: “The telematics industry needs value-added services to realise its full potential to improve automotive efficiency. It’s a fantastic opportunity to pitch to a global network of telematics professionals in a region where there is considerable market growth and an increasing need for efficiency.”

Dynamon has received media attention for its ideas. This includes being highlighted as one of seven most promising technologies by the Royal Academy of Engineering as reported in The Telegraph.

We wish Angus the best of luck with his pitch on Thursday and look forward to reporting on the outcome.