Thursday 12 November 2020 9:02 pm

A total 50 of the most promising high-growth tech firms in the UK have been named as the country’s top scaleup companies by tech group Silicon Valley Comes to the UK (SVC2UK).

Global medical network Air Doctor, social enterprise Beam, which helps the homeless secure employment, and business and finance marketplace Funding Options were among the firms that have been selected for SVC2UK’s 2020 Scale Up Club.

Construction management platform, ‘Teknobuilt’ , launched in the domestic market

Tecknobuilt, enters the Korean market and is selected as a participating team in the 2020 K-Startup challenge!

The company operates a construction management and project management technology solution based on artificial intelligence (AI) and geographic information system (GIS) technology.


Teknobuilt, operating  a digital integrated project management platform; PACE OS 4.0, that can be used in any construction project.

Teknobuilt receiving support by the Ministry of Small and Medium Business Ventures and the Information and Communication Industry Promotion Agency ‘K-Startup Grand Challenge’ 2020.


AI와 지리 정보 체계(GIS) 기술 기반의 건설환경 관리 및 공정 관리 기술 솔루션을 운영하는 테크노빌트가 중소기업벤처부와 정보통신산업진흥원이 지원하는 외국인 국내 창업 지원 프로그램 ‘K-스타트업 그랜드 챌린지’ 2020년도 참가팀으로 선정돼, 한국 시장에 진출한다고 밝혔다.

테크노빌트는 건설환경에서 활용 가능한 디지털 통합 공정 관리 플랫폼인 PACE OS 4.0을 운영하고 있다.

It can be used for all kinds of construction projects. If CAD lets you draw on a computer, PACE OS 4.0 makes project management a platform.

Yogesh Chandra Srivastava

CEO of Technobilt

EEN helps construction software tech firm find partners in India
© Teknobuilt. Pictured: Abhishek Srivastava, Executive Director at Teknobuilt (left), in conversation with a potential partner at an event during the GBIP visit to India.

A London start-up specialising in advanced work packaging software for the smart infrastructure and construction sector has been making the right connections in India with support from Enterprise Europe Network.

Teknobuilt had applied successfully to join the Global Business Innovation Programme (GBIP), which included a visit to the Indian cities of Indore and Bengaluru in February as part of a 14-company delegation.

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