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Technology incubator moving to larger base

Jamie Coleman (centre) is flanked by TechCube representatives Neil Farish, Ali Khajeh, Hosseimi, Hilde Frydnes and Eddie Robb

Jamie Coleman (centre) is flanked by TechCube representatives Neil Farish, Ali Khajeh, Hosseimi, Hilde Frydnes and Eddie Robb

  • by TERRY MURDEN
 

An Edinburgh technology incubator is rebranding under ambitious plans to become the biggest of its kind in Europe.

CodeBase, formerly known as TechCube Management, will relocate from the former Veterinary College at Summerhall to Argyle House in West Port – as revealed by Scotland on Sunday last week.

Jamie Coleman, managing director, said the project, along with 20 start-ups, will take one floor initially but he has plans to occupy the entire 11-storey block.

“The timing is right for us to move to a larger base with stronger links to business, academia and investors,” he said.

“Edinburgh’s start-up scene is going from strength to strength and CodeBase is integral to its continued success. We are incredibly excited to have space available to welcome new companies of all shapes and sizes in to the community.”

 

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