Seed Haus welcomes 2nd cohort

Published: 17 April 2018

Pre-seed tech accelerator Seed Haus has completed investments in three start-ups that will join the Edinburgh incubator as part of its second cohort.

Seed Haus, co-founded by its chief executive Calum Forsyth and chairman Robin Knox, was set up in a bid to plug a gap in the start-up support system.

We’re delighted...the next few months will involve a tremendous amount of work...but we are all very much looking forward to it.

Calum Forsyth, Chief Executive, Seed Haus


It has been backed by a line-up of high-profile investment partners including Sir Tom Hunter, BrewDog co-founder James Watt and technology entrepreneurs Paddy Burns and Chris van der Kuyl, co-founders of Minecraft games developer 4J Studios.

The number of applications to join the six-month programme peaked at more than 230. Three successful applicants were selected for investment, following a “strict” recruitment process. Casta Spes Technologies, which is behind a robotic all-terrain vehicle; JukeBox Labs, described as a “trivia-as-a-service” platform; and PingGo, a media engagement platform, have all received pre-seed investment, office space in the incubator and access to infrastructure... 

Full story via Scotsman News


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