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mowbot.com

Founded Year

2017

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

About Mowbot

Mowbot provides a franchise platform for robotic lawn care services for residential and commercial customers.On April 15, 2021, Mowbot was acquired by Robin Autopilot. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Mowbot Headquarter Location

5850 Fayetteville Rd Suite 202

Durham, North Carolina, 27713,

United States

833-669-2681

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Robin Autopilot Is Robot-Mowing its Way to a New McKinney HQ

Jun 1, 2021

Robin Autopilot Is Robot-Mowing its Way to a New McKinney HQ The robot mowing and RaaS startup acquired N.C.-based Mowbot in April. Now, with a grant from the MEDC Innovation Fund, it's consolidating both by relocating to a new HQ in McKinney. Robin plans to relocate 17 jobs and create 53 more over the next three years. Logan Fahey, CEO of Robin Autopilot Holdings, and the building at 7850 Collin McKinney Parkway in McKinney, where the company will move its headquarters. If robots are taking over the world, McKinney may be a great place to start—especially now that Robin Autopilot and its recent acquisition Mowbot are moving there. With a grant from the McKinney Economic Development Corporation’s Innovation Fund, Robin is consolidating both by moving to a new HQ at 7850 Collin McKinney Parkway. In April, robot tech company Robin acquired North Carolina-based Mowbot , a competitor with 16 franchises across the U.S. As part of the deal, Robin expanded its partnership with Husqvarna, a global leader in outdoor power products. Currently headquartered in Irving, Robin plans to relocate 17 jobs in the move and create 53 more over the next three years, growing its total employee count to 75. As a result of its acquisition, Mowbot will now be known as “Mowbot Powered by Robin.” “As we continue our rapid expansion and strengthen our leadership position in robotic solutions for the lawn care industry,” said Logan Fahey, CEO of Robin Autopilot Holdings, in a statement, “We thank the MEDC board and everyone else who helped make this relocation possible.” Robin’s new HQ will initially occupy 10,000 square feet, with options for expansion. Robin was represented in the selection process by CBRE and Jackson Walker. Move is largest Innovation Fund relocation Danny Chavez, senior vice president at MEDC, called the Robin move “the largest Innovation Fund relocation to date.” “The Robin team has been great to work with and we’re looking forward to seeing them scale,” Chavez said in the statement. “It’s validating to see our team’s hard work become reality in building a vibrant innovation economy here in McKinney.” In using the Innovation Fund, Robin is a company that has company. Alanna.ai, MyTelemedicine, and ContraForce also recently opened headquarters in McKinney via the fund. Photo: Robin Autopilot A “smarter” lawn care experience Launched in 2017, Robin is aiming for a bigger cut of the $105 billion landscaping services market. Its edge: offering a “smarter” lawn care experience with emissions-free, battery-powered robotic mowers that can trim a yard daily, much like robot vacuums. The company says the pollution-reducing benefits are equivalent to replacing two family cars with EVs, for a price less than traditional gas-powered mowing. The robotic lawn mower market is poised to grow by $697 million over the next five years, Robin states, toward a market valued at $1 billion. Robin’s recent moves aim to strengthen its position in the RaaS (Robots as a Service) industry, with a goal of transforming the future of lawn care. To help realize that future nationwide, Robin offers subscribers a customized platform for running a RaaS business, with tiered access to proprietary products including a robotic door for fences, and non-proprietary products including training, support, and financing for robotic mowers and doors. R E A D   N E X T Rising to the top of the list: How 54-year-old Dallas County Community College District became a single accredited institution called Dallas College. The move united DCCCD's seven independent colleges, essentially turning each into a conveniently located campus. That could make it the largest community college in the state. Here's our roundup of the Top 10. Share via:

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  • When was Mowbot founded?

    Mowbot was founded in 2017.

  • Where is Mowbot's headquarters?

    Mowbot's headquarters is located at 5850 Fayetteville Rd, Durham.

  • What is Mowbot's latest funding round?

    Mowbot's latest funding round is Acquired.

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