Trint has been listed in the UK’s top index of new disruptive businesses launched in the last five years.
• The longest running annual index of its kind, ranking the country’s top 100 fast-growth potential new businesses launched in the last five years,
• Trint beat off stiff competition from over 400 other applicants
• The Startups 100 has previously identified Deliveroo, Notonthehighstreet, Bulb, Monzo and HelloFresh
The UK’s longest running index of disruptive new startups, the Startups 100, has been announced today and Trint has landed position #15.
Run by Startups.co.uk, the Startups 100 offers a diverse showcase of new businesses which demonstrate innovation, solid financials, economic impact, and the ability to scale.
The list was invigilated by a host of high-profile business leaders including entrepreneur and angel investor Alex Farrell, England and Lions rugby player and CEO Tim Rodber, Instagram influencer and small business advocate Gemma Metcalfe-Beckers (Mutha Hood), engineer, investor, and inventor Gi Fernando MBE and founder and serial entrepreneur and President of MVF Titus Sharpe.
The judges also selected top pics for some specialist categories, including best tech solution, family focused business, social impact, regional business and best B2B and B2C.
Trint’s AI-based platform solves this by changing the way professionals work with audio and video to produce content and insights. With its frictionless integration into enterprise workflows, Trint focuses on the needs of professionals working with the spoken word to help them capture, find and share the moments that matter.
Editor of Startups.co.uk, Bryn Glover: “Congratulations to all of the companies listed on the Startups 100 this year. We had more entries than ever and the standard was especially high, so being included is a fantastic achievement. All of the judges were incredibly excited by the lineup this year and the obvious innovation and ambition cultivated here in the UK, even in difficult times.
“We have a good track record of identifying potential - Deliveroo, Notonthehighstreet, HelloFresh and many more, so we can’t wait to watch the businesses progress over the coming years.”
About the Startups 100 Index:
Established in 2008, the Startups 100 index identifies privately-owned UK companies launched in the last 5 years which demonstrate innovation, solid financials, economic impact and the ability to scale.
As the ONLY and longest running index of its kind, the prestigious Startups 100 is industry renowned for uncovering businesses that will go on to become major brands, and even household names. It boasts alumni companies including Deliveroo, Notonthehighstreet, Bulb Monzo and HelloFresh.