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Thetius launches technology discovery platform

Maritime innovation consultancy Thetius has launched a new business intelligence platform for the maritime industry.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"} Thetius Insight allows users to access up to date information on start-ups and innovation projects throughout the maritime sector and offers a new way for established shipping companies to understand and engage with innovative businesses.

“This project was born out of frustration,” said Nick Chubb, founder at Thetius. “There are so many amazing projects going on in our industry but they are often hidden away. Through Thetius Insight we can highlight projects at every stage of development and give established shipping companies the tools and information they need to successfully transform their own businesses.”

Thetius Insight includes:

  • 220+ profiles of maritime start-ups innovation projects.
  • Access to in-depth research into new technology areas
  • The ability to request private and custom research into strategically important technologies or companies

Thetius Insight is available now in Beta with limited access available for free, and unlimited access available from £99/month. {/mprestriction}

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