Las Vegas robot company moving to Bay Area
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A local technology company that creates robots is leaving Las Vegas to relocate to the Bay Area.
The CEO of Romotive, Keller Rinaudo, announced the move in a letter posted on the Downtown Project website.
Reasons for the move include proximity to strategic partners and hiring senior talent, Rinaudo said.
Romotive settled in Las Vegas in 2011 as three founders. Since then, they've grown to 20 people.
Investors in the company include the Vegas Tech Fund led by Zappos' Tony Hsieh.