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  • Scottish EDGE - Entrepreneurial Competition

    Created: 28/12/2020

    Scottish EDGE is a funding competition aimed at identifying and supporting Scotland’s up-and-coming, innovative, high-growth potential entrepreneurial talent. Candidates should have an ambitious growth strategy and a commitment to deliver upon it. They must be head-quartered in, or relocating to, Scotland and aiming to attain at a minimum £200K of increased sales over the next three years. 

    Winners of the Scottish EDGE will benefit from:

    • Funding of up to £150,000, taking the form of a 50% grant, 50% loan
    • Enrolment into the EDGE Alumni programme
    • Package of Support from leading business organisations

    Who can apply?

    Your organisation must be Incorporated at Companies House. Scottish EDGE is open to Ltd Companies and registered Social Enterprises/ Charities only. The company must have been in operation for less five years, have less than 24 employees, have a business bank account and be capable of employing at least five more people over the next 3 years.

    More information and application.

    Applications are open until 14:00 on Wednesday 10 February 2021.




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