Investor Perspectives on Automation and Robotics: Drew Tulchin of UpSpring

Investor Perspectives on Automation and Robotics: Drew Tulchin of UpSpring

July 13, 2020 by investor

This is Investor Perspectives. I’m the host of Investor Connect, Hall T Martin, where we connect startups and investors for funding. 

In today’s show, you’ll hear investor perspectives on automation and robotics and its impact on startups.

COVID-19 has changed the landscape for startups giving us a new normal. During the pandemic, it became clear the need for automation and robotics to deliver necessary goods and services — especially when workers are in lockdown. 

We have joining us Drew Tulchin of Upspring Associates – an investor in the robotics space.

Drew is an experienced C-Suite Manager with a demonstrated history of working with others. He is skilled with startups, especially in New Mexico. Drew’s expertise includes capital raising, business development, building relationships, sales, setting up systems, and government funding. Drew has his eyes on social enterprise, corporate social responsibility, B corps and sustainable businesses. His MBA is focused on Marketing and Finance and he graduated from the University of Washington and Michael G. Foster School of Business.

You can visit UpSpring at  

Drew can be contacted via LinkedIn at, via Twitter at, and via email at

I hope you enjoy this episode.


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