The Scottish Space Incubator is delighted to announce that two companies from our incubator have been selected into the 2020 cohort for EIE.
It is the second year running that EIE has included companies from within the Incubator. Last year, our alumni company, R3-IoT were part of the 2019 cohort.
EIE is the premier technology investor showcase event in the UK, and to have both Huli and Trade in Space selected for this year’s event is a real boon for the incubator programme – and for Scotland’s space sector overall. EIE runs annually and features the most promising innovative, data-driven high growth companies, who are seeking new investors.
The Huli Route Planner is an exciting software innovation that finds and presents outdoor activity routes based only on what’s important to the athlete. It is extremely user-friendly and helps people get the absolute most out of their workout time. Having now proven that there is a big appetite and audience for their product, Huli are actively seeking new investment of between £250k to £500k to help guide the growth of their business to the next stage.
Trade in Space, another of our alumni companies, benefitted greatly from growth within the incubator and are now at the forefront of the global fintech sector. They develop financial services products with data collected from satellites. Led by Robin Sampson, a renowned expert in satellite technology, Trade In Space have identified new ways of trading agriculture globally. The potential for growth within this business is also extremely high and they are currently seeking new investment of between £750k and £1m.
The EIE investment event will take place in Edinburgh on 23rd April and is spread across 3 venues in the City. Further information and tickets are available now from the EIE website.