Scottish Enterprise

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Stamp Free Limited, the Edinburgh-based digital postage stamp company, has announced it has successfully raised £300,000 to ramp up commercial traction and further develop its Stamp Free Digital Postage Solution™. The funding was led by Silicon Valley-based R42 Group and Cambridge Angels

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Three university-led projects have successfully received funding from Scottish Enterprise’s Low Carbon Challenge Fund and will support SMEs across industries from transport to energy – including a unique programme combining food and drink with computer games.

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Suzanne Sosna, interim director for global trade at Scottish Enterprise, outlines how the organisation is supporting Scottish companies following the end of the EU transition period. COVID-19 has changed everything; how we work, how and what we buy, who we spend time with, how we communicate, how we

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TranSwap, a cross-border payment platform based in Singapore, has officially launched in Scotland – the company’s fifth market after Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Malaysia. The UK office and global R&D centre are in Edinburgh, where they expect to create 54 jobs over the next t

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Xergy, a new tech start-up behind a cloud-based system that can help companies get ready for tomorrow’s economy through digital transformation, has secured £425,000 grant funding from Scottish Enterprise. The funding will enable Xergy to further invest in the development of its revolutio

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Plans for a tourist resort on the banks of Loch Lomond have been resurrected after an agreement was reached between Scottish Enterprise and Flamingo Land. The economic development agency has been in talks with Flamingo Land subsidiary Lomond Banks since the withdrawal of a previous planning applicat

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Neil Francis, interim managing director of Scottish Enterprise, outlines the support available to Scottish companies as the EU transition period comes to an end. The past year has been incredibly tough for businesses the length and breadth of Scotland.

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Edinburgh-based drug delivery company Bio-Images Drug Delivery Limited (BDD), has positioned itself for rapid growth with a £1.2 million investment led by Archangels. The Archangels investment was supported by Scottish Enterprise and BioCity Investments.

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Glasgow-founded FreeFlow Technologies (FFT), the developers of the world’s lightest power to weight e-Bike motor, has secured £1.85 million from a heavily over-subscribed funding round. The new funding round was led by investment syndicate Kelvin Capital and supported by Equity Gap, Fore

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