The UK's longest running index of disruptive new startups, the Startups 100, has released its 2020 lineup, and Trint has been listed at number 10.
Run by Startups.co.uk, the Startups 100 offers a showcase of new businesses which demonstrate innovation, solid financials, economic impact and the ability to scale.
Trint is a speech-to-text platform that uses A.I. to automatically transcribe audio and video, making it easy for professionals to find the moments that matter. Trint connects teams for seamless, fast and secure content creation. With offices in London and Toronto, Trint's global roster of clients includes anyone who produces content: large and small media companies, marketing firms, corporations, universities and individuals.
Trint first hit the prestigious Startups 100 list in 2018 - just two years after going public - coming in at number 20; and in 2019 Trint was listed at number 15. With hundreds of new businesses across the UK showcasing great products, this list hosts the most promising small and medium sized businesses. Trint's addition of Realtime Transcription, Translation and Workspaces - Trint's collaborative productivity tool - helped nail the top 10 spot.
Bryn Glover, editor at Startups.co.uk, said, "A huge part of the year for us and so exciting to see some amazing companies debuting, with others continuing to grow and excel."
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About the Startups 100
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 Revolut, eve Sleep, HelloFresh, Purplebricks, LendInvest, Deliveroo, Bulb and many more acclaimed businesses.