Elevator deal to benefit rising business stars

Gary McEwan with Rob Hamilton and Stuart Winterburn of Dynamic Edge. Picture: Contributed

Gary McEwan with Rob Hamilton and Stuart Winterburn of Dynamic Edge. Picture: Contributed

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SCOTTISH business development organisation Elevator has agreed a £100,000 deal with Aberdeen-based technology firm Dynamic Edge in a move aimed at boosting support for growing companies.

The three-year contract will see Dynamic Edge provide IT services to entrepreneurs visiting Elevator’s Bridge of Don headquarters and 18 business centres across the North-east and Tayside. Elevator, formerly Enterprise North East Trust, recently opened a £1 million state-of-the-art hub in the city’s Energy Park at Bridge of Don offering what are thought to be the fastest broadband facilities in the region, as well as video conferencing and whiteboard technology.

Gary McEwan, chief executive of Elevator, said: “We are passionate about supporting the region’s entrepreneurs and employees as well as creating opportunities for the next generation of talent. We see our partnership with Dynamic Edge as vital to enabling businesses to fulfil their potential.”

Elevator works with more than 2,000 businesses across Grampian and Tayside offering advisory support, workshops, seminars and events.

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