#MatchedByInterface companies in the news

23rd January 2024
  • Congratulations to Continuum Industries who have raised over $10 million for the Edinburgh based energy infrastructure tech firm. The money will be used to double headcount and expand into new territories over the next 12 months. Continuum utilised Interface’s services to access an Innovation Voucher to work on a collaborative project with University of Edinburgh.
  • Stellar Omada has received £4.5 million investment from BGF. The business specialises in digital transformation, testing services, and programme delivery for clients in the financial services sector, and continues its rapid growth. Stellar Omada were introduced to the University of Stirling via Interface.
  • The energy tech company Mocean Energy will commercialise its small wave energy machine, Blue Star, following £2.2 million funding. The company launched ten years ago by two PHD graduates, since its inception the company used Interface’s services to work on a collaborative project with the University of Edinburgh.
  • Scottish battery storage start-up LIND has secured £900,000 seed investment with funding from Green Angel Ventures, Scottish Enterprise, and the University of Strathclyde. Their collaboration with Interface created partnerships with University of Dundee as well as the University of Strathclyde.
  • North Lanarkshire based Insignia Technologies has secured £671k in funding for food and medicine monitoring technology. This funding round, led by Equity Gap and supported by Scottish Enterprise, will enable the business to continue development and manufacturing. Interface are proud to have worked with them in the past, including establishing a collaboration for them with the University of Strathclyde.
  • Specialist decking company Macdeck Landscaping is preparing for significant growth after receiving a patent for its unique deck system, which could be used in a range of new sectors. The company worked with the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) Group, and the Advanced Composites Group (ACG) of the University of Strathclyde on its development, with the help of an Innovation Voucher.
  • We’re delighted to see so many Matched By Interface organisations receive part of the £1.5m Scottish EDGE investment into 38 early stage, high growth businesses. Congratulations to:
    – BoroboScot
    – Prozymi Biolabs
    – The Prebiotic Company
    – Highland Domes
    – Borse Oats
    – Good Nude Food