Theobald addresses how to launch a robotics startup at Wyss Institute

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Amazon is primed to send drones into the sky carrying packages, Google’s driverless cars are rolling out onto roads, and people across the country are spending thousands of dollars to be among the first to bring a smart social robot into their homes.

There’s no doubt — robots are having a moment.

But it’s still hard being a robotics startup. For one thing, finding investment is still a challenge in a climate where venture capitalists favor enterprise software and app-based businesses over hardware makers striking out in an emerging market. Daniel Theobald shares his advice.

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