WorkFloat got into the "spirit"
Seawork news team caught up with Toby Budd after all the excitement of winning the Award...
How long has your company been in existence?
Since January 2019.
Tell us more about the development of the WorkFloat platform
It's going really well, we are launching soon.
What was the biggest challenge is getting WorkFloat to market?
It’s all been a challenge - starting a company, raising investment, legals, accounts …. that said I have loved every minute and now we are moving from a start-up into sales it’s a really exciting time.
Who are the key people in your company who worked on WorkFloat?
My investors Jack Gifford, the Naval Architect and Danny, the fabricator
How has the industry received WorkFloat?
It could not have been better, we are involved in a UK demo tour to show people WorkFloat in action
What’s next for your company
The big UK demo tour, and then shortly after sales and we move into production on both models.
Will you be entering the 2020 European Commercial Marine Awards?
Yes, we have a new modular pontoon system we have just filed a patent on. It has structure built into it and a tough wooden deck. As well as being modular and extremely versatile it is also very competitively priced.
We will be bringing both products to Seawork and have booked a large on-water berth. We are looking forward to officially launching the new pontoon system at the exhibition.
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