Company Case Studies

Discover some of Edinburgh’s fastest growing, most aspiring companies and find out how the city region has helped to support their growth.

Case studies

442 Design

Design agency 442 Design is exploring new business opportunities in China after taking part in an international trade fair in Shenzhen.

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Amazon Development Centre

More than 4,000 miles from its global headquarters in Seattle, the world’s largest online retailer, Amazon, employs a crucial team of people at its Development Centre in Edinburgh.

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Artisan Real Estate Investors

For years it was a derelict site housing an old bus garage and gas works. Now it is a flagship £200m mixed-use scheme that will create at least 2,000 jobs for Edinburgh.

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Chris Stewart Group

Chris Stewart Group’s expertise on the regeneration and redevelopment of listed buildings has attracted a wide range of prestigious awards for quality and design innovation.

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Dexcom chose Edinburgh for its new European headquarters to develop Continuous Glucose Monitoring products across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

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Niche real estate advisory firm DougraySmith helps clients including hedge funds and private equity investors to invest in the UK.

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Leonardo Hotels

Since opening its first Scottish hotel in Edinburgh in 2017, international hotel group Leonardo Hotels has expanded significantly in the capital and across Scotland.

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MODE Edinburgh

An office in Edinburgh's city centre that was vacant for seven years has been relaunched as an upmarket aparthotel for business travellers, after a £6m refurbishment.

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Money Dashboard

Money Dashboard's award-winning app brings together current accounts, savings accounts and credit cards into one place helping users get a true view of their finances.

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Sensewhere’s indoor positioning software is being used by companies in sectors such as social media, gaming, retail, advertising and mapping.

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Edinburgh-based Skyscanner is one of Scotland’s ‘unicorns’ – tech start-ups valued at more than $1 billion – and has grown exponentially since it was set up in 2003.

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The ID Co.

Fintech company The ID Co. empowers individuals to share the trusted data in their bank and other ID documents to prove ‘they really are who they say they are’ online.

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