Encouraging Dynamic Growth Entrepreneurs
The Scottish EDGE is now closed for entries
The Scottish EDGE closed for entries at 5pm on Tuesday the 16th of April.
The competition received 217 entries - we're absolutely delighted at the response and would like to thank everybody who applied.
Did you apply? Find out what happens next
Did you miss it? We will be running another competition in autumn 2013. Register your interest now
What is it?
The Scottish EDGE is a fund which aims to support and encourage entrepreneurial activity among young companies in Scotland.
The fund is for ambitious entrepreneurs who wish to grow their business. The companies which demonstrate the most potential could win awards of up to £50,000.
The Scottish EDGE has a total prize fund of £2 million. The prize fund will be awarded over a series of three competitions, the first two of which have taken place in late 2012 and early 2013. Another competition will take place in late 2013.
Who is it for?
The fund is open to small, young Scottish businesses which, with support, have the potential to achieve or increase sales by £400,000 within a period of three years (or £200,000 in the Highlands and Islands region).
It is open to entrepreneurs across all of Scotland, no matter where you are based.
Businesses must have been incorporated within the previous three financial years and must have a commitment to growing in Scotland over the next three.
More about the Scottish EDGE
The Scottish EDGE is delivered by Scottish Enterprise and Highlands & Islands Enterprise on behalf of Scottish Government, and in partnership with Entrepreneurial Spark, The Royal Bank of Scotland and Business Gateway.
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