ScotlandIS is excited to announce another sponsor of its inaugural start-up development programme.
The Cyber Showcase sees selected Scottish cyber businesses undergo mentoring and 1:1 coaching ahead of an event where they will pitch to investors and industry buyers in Edinburgh on 24th November.
Commercial law firm Davidson Chalmers Stewart has worked with many tech start-ups in Scotland and is proud to support this initiative, recognising the important role that cyber security has in Scottish society. Davidson Chalmers Stewart supports Scottish businesses, from start-ups to long-established businesses, assisting them to scale up through corporate and compliance advice, and delivering commercial advice at the right time.
Regulatory Partner at Davidson Chalmers Stewart, Laura Irvine, commented:
“We recognise just how important cyber security is for everyone in a world which is increasingly online. There is a wealth of talent in Scotland that can contribute to making the online world safer and we are delighted to be part of the community that is nurturing that talent and enabling it to flourish. We are proud of our work with tech start-ups, providing legal and commercial advice, and we are looking forward to being part of this showcase of Scottish cyber security talent.”
ScotlandIS expects that the showcase will connect growing businesses in the Scottish cyber community to the investment and industry contacts they need to get to scale. Thanks to funding awarded to ScotlandIS from the UK Cyber Cluster Collaboration (UKC3), ScotlandIS will work with several other innovation partners to deliver the showcase programme and event.