A Dundee tech firm whose platform connects learner drivers with instructors is looking to raise £390,000 to expand into more cities.
An American software company has announced it will create 40 new jobs in Tayside after receiving a £3.1 million grant from Scottish Enterprise.
The man leading Google in Europe, the Middle East and Africa called on Tayside and Fife tech firms to ramp up their global ambitions on a visit to Dundee yesterday.
Fife fintech firm Renovite Technologies will showcase its disruptive ATM software to an international audience later this month.
Developers Michael Carr and Barry White are driving ahead with their driving instructor recommendation site GoRoadie. Here, Michael tells of their business journey so far.
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Scots have welcomed the arrival of a new emoji featuring a number of redheaded characters.
A Perthshire hotelier has launched “market disrupting” software which he claims could slash bills for Scottish hotels struggling with business rate rises and Brexit.
Growth in Dundee’s digital technologies sector has outpaced all other UK-based clusters, with revenues now close to £100 million annually.
Paywizard plc, the e-wallet division of the Kirkcaldy-based Paywizard Group, plunged into the red last year.