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SIE: Family health app wins digital health competition

The winning team from the Digi Inventors Challenge in association with Andy Murray and the Digital Health and Care Institute was announced at Andy Murray's sell-out event at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on Nov 7th.

The winning team from Erskine’s Park Mains High School, ‘Enpower Fitness’, received £2,000 cash for their school, new personal tech and the opportunity to have their idea made into a reality. Project partners included Skills Development Scotland and the Scottish Institute for Enterprise (SIE). Please click here for more information.

 

Lancaster University: new partnership with Campus Capital

Lancaster University has signed a partnership with venture capital firm Campus Capital to bring investment to the region and further strengthen Lancashire’s start-up ecosystem. Campus Capital will invest between £50k-200k in early-stage, high-growth potential companies, both on and off campus. All companies within the Lancashire region will be eligible to pitch, not just those run by students, graduates and staff. The on-campus element of Campus Capital is an experiential learning programme that involves teams of Student Venture Capitalists part-running some of the early aspects of the fund pipeline. Once trained, these Student Venture Capitalists make many of the early investment decisions and gain valuable experience in assessing and analysing a company’s investment-readiness. Read the full story here.

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