Vitruvian’s origin story, with Founder Jon Gregory and lead investor Andrew Larsen 🔥


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​Startmate is co-hosting our very first Perth mixer this Thursday to celebrate Vitruvian’s recent $21 million Series A investment!

On the 26th of May at 5.30pm AWST, join us at Vitruvian's office in West Perth for a fireside chat with Vitruvian’s Jon Gregory and Larsen Venture’s Andrew Larsen. For 30 minutes, Startmate's Investor Brady Flockart will set the scene for us to hear about their unique founder-investor relationship and Virtuvian’s founding story. 

If you'd like to ask Jon or Andrew a question, please add it here.

​Are you a startup founder, investor, or generally interested in innovation and the future of tech? This is the event for you! All are welcome to this opportunity to bring together Perth's local ecosystem and hear about one of our own emerging success stories, followed by a chance to mingle and connect with other attendees.

​​Register now. See you there 🔥

​More about Vitruvian

​​With the spread of COVID-19 and boom in home workouts in 2020, Vitruvian’s AI-integrated fitness technology found its rightful place among home-fitness initiatives across the globe. However for Founder Jon Gregory, the idea was far from reactive. 

​The idea for Vitruvian was born back in 2008 at the intersection of Jon’s applied physics background and his realisation there's a huge gap in intelligent technology serving fitness needs.

​Now, the Perth-based fitness startup is targeting the North American market. 

​Andrew Larsen joined the scene as Vitruvian’s first believer. He has since had a front-row seat in Vitruvian’s journey from idea to global impact.