Who We Are

A little bit about us...
Rotite Technologies is a company that develops both their proprietary technology and commercial partnerships to deliver entirely new value propositions to a range of industries. 

The Company works for, and in conjunction with, companies in a range of industry sectors to deliver time, weight, space and ultimately cost saving solutions. The technology resounds upon a fundamental fastening and joining principle that serves to simplify many fastening operations and, as such, the team at Rotite helps companies understand and exploit such benefits.
Meet the leadership team...
Stuart Burns
Inventor / Innovation Director

Stuart has spent the past 10 years as an experienced inventor, product designer, and university lecturer. Stuart is passionate about problem-solving for safety-critical industries including marine and construction. Stuart is a proud proponent of contemporary manufacturing technologies and as such embraces all things 3D.
Matthew Harte
Managing Director

Matthew has many years’ experience in high technology start-ups, taking a number of companies through to profitability. In particular, Matthew was Managing Director at Biocote, a leading branded antimicrobial company and COO of Protomed, a medicine management business. He is customer-focused and is implementing the commercial strategy to grow new business at Rotite.
Andy McLintock
Financial Director

Andy is extremely experienced in the financial services sector including small cap investment management and stockbroking. He has also set up, advised and worked with a range of small businesses and was a founding partner of an FSA stockbroker. Andy is involved in the day-to-day financial control of Rotite and is also Company Secretary.
Zulf Ali
Commercial Strategist

Zulf is highly experienced in strategy design, programme management, project management, team development, business turnaround, mergers and acquisitions.

Jim Murray-Smith

Jim is an accomplished technologist, manufacturer and industrial leader. He has built several AIM-listed businesses and is as comfortable in discussions around complex early stage IP as he is in plc boardrooms.
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