Scottish startups to get a boost
Four businesses are set to pitch to the Dell Scotland leadership team with the opportunity to receive access to technology, mentoring and training.
Four Scottish startups have been shortlisted to take part in Dell Scotland’s inaugural Entrepreneurial Growth Programme and have the chance to qualify for a package of technology, training and support. It was announced the launch of its Entrepreneurial Growth Programme in Scotland. Entrepreneurs and small businesses based in Scotland are encouraged to apply via an online submission form to qualify for a package of technology, training and support.
The programme was open to entrepreneurs and small businesses based in Scotland Dell and promised to grant one scale-up business with access to laptops and related hardware; training and mentorship designed specifically to help a scale-up ignite to the next level, and access to Dell Scotland internal and external events – providing networking and marketing opportunities.
The four businesses, who will now be pitching to the Dell Scotland leadership team next week, include:
- Skillstep (Edinburgh) – A peer-to-peer led learning, development and mentorship app for career progression
- com (Glasgow) – An early-alert service trusted by journalists, business travellers and security teams around the globe
- Newsline (Glasgow)- One of the world’s fastest growing crowd sourced news sites
- IbisVision (Aberdeen) – Has developed Ring of Sight; a revolutionary ophthalmology test.
The Scotland Entrepreneurial Support Programme is an initiative that brings this intention to life for local entrepreneurs.