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How Atlanta Startup Greenzie, is Removing the Human Component from Lawn Care – Charles Brian Quinn, CEO

The Atlanta Small Business Network recently caught up with Charles Brain Quinn, CEO of Greenzie, on location at Atlanta Tech Village, America’s 4th largest tech hub. With Greenzie, Charles is hoping to, as he puts it, “free humans from repetitive outdoor labor” by producing software for autonomous, robotic, lawn mowers.

GreenzieThere are other robotic lawn mowers on the market, but they are only outfitted for personal, residential use or they are enormous agricultural robots, but nothing in between. Charles and Greenzie are tapping into the commercial market, for companies that need to cover large plots of land on a daily basis as part of their lawn maintenance business.

Greenzie is a brand new startup that began in earnest this past October, so they are still in the early development stages. And the Atlanta Tech Village is the perfect place to get your startup off the ground. If your business is technology or sales focused, ATV is the best place to be. From the events, to advisers, to moral support, Charles thinks he couldn’t have chosen a better accelerator.

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