Cargobot continues to garner recognition as one of the top startups in a crowded sea of Miami Startups. After winning similar accolades in 2019 and 2020 from The Tech Tribune, this platform continues receiving recognition for vision and innovation.
Endeavor Miami, a global non-profit organization of world-class business leaders, named Cargobot as one of nine companies chosen to receive mentoring and facilitate access to investors. The group supports startups with high-impact potential in the Florida ecosystem, helping them scale effectively.
For the next four months, Endeavor will instruct and mentor Cargobot using its methodology in mentorship and peer-to-peer support. Their expertise in scale-ups aims to improve day-to-day operations, create new solutions for the market, and keep the business at the cutting edge of the industry. In addition, the company will gain access to a unique network of mentors and entrepreneurs willing to exchange experiences and build new connections.
The initiative receives support from a wide range of top existing global companies, including Dell, EY, and Facebook.
Cargobot, founded in 2016, has continued its pattern of strong, steady growth in the inland freight industry. The company, headquartered in Miami, has grown to establish offices in Colombia and Spain, including a market footprint in the USA, Canada, and Mexico.
Their platform, designed to connect shippers and carriers with free freight-matching technology, continues to drive innovation in the inland transport industry. With the addition of both desktop and mobile apps, personalized customer support, and a new partner program with independent sales agents, Cargobot continues to hold true to its mission to enable shippers and carriers to go direct.