Pacific Bridge Media & Consulting (PBMC) has been helping Japanese startups raise funds and acquire talented people overseas through content creation.
As part of this effort, we are pleased to share the content we produced for Telexistence, a company that develops remote-controlled robots, and has raised approximately 2.2 billion yen in a Series A-2 round of funding.
It’s a 4-minute, documentary-style video featuring interviews with the company’s CEO as well as its staff members who come from various different, diverse backgrounds.
Founded in 2017, Telexistence is a Tokyo-based robotics company whose mission is to “change robots, change structures, and change the world.” The name of the company refers to the concept of a human being effectively being in a place other than where he or she physically exists.
Telexistence raises $20M (JPY 2.2 billion) in a Series A-2 round of funding
We all felt proud after we were able to capture the uniqueness and strength of the Telexistence team. As you can see in the video, the company gathers highly specialized personnel from all over the world and develops hardware, software, and automation technology consistently in-house.
The realization of a world where robots will sooner take over the role of convenience store employees, for example, and where such robots can be controlled remotely from anywhere in the world, is fast approaching.
PBMC is always proud to support Japanese entrepreneurs and startups on a global level!