EIE TIMELINE


Applications have now closed for EIE19.

 

ALUMNI


John Robertson

“Even if you’re not confident pitching, EIE puts you through a programme of fantastic events… It’s made me a stronger pitcher”

JOHN ROBERTSON (EIE 2018)

Leah Hutcheon

“We’ve met some of our most active investors here, so it has opened a lot of doors for us and had a very big impact on the business”

 LEAH HUTCHEON (EIE 2017)
appointedd

Sam Zawadski

“We get so much invested in us – in terms of training, pitch workshops – it’s a massively valuable experience”

 SAM ZAWADSKI (EIE 2018)
LeadPro

Cally Russell

“Its not just a ‘turn up and pitch’ event – its the support package that comes with it”

 CALLY RUSSELL (EIE 2017)
mallzee

Callum Murray

“If you are a potential high growth company in Scotland, this is definitely the one place to be”

 CALLUM MURRAY (EIE 2017)
amiqus

WHAT DOES EIE LOOK LIKE?


Conference Day:

On Wednesday 24th April, the tech scene from all over Scotland and beyond will convene in the newly-refurbished and re-purposed McEwan Hall, a stunning building and conference facility at the heart of the University of Edinburgh.

Over the course of the day EIE19 will showcase up to 50 high-growth potential, data-driven tech companies pitching for seed stage to series A funding.

In a highly competitive process, companies are pre-selected from the following sectors:


9 sectors